“Another day, another lawsuit,” Carly Page reports for The Inquirer. “The latest legal face-off sees the California Institute of Technology (CALTECH) gunning for Apple for allegedly violating four WiFi-related patents.”
“‘Apple manufactures, uses, imports, offers for sale and/or sells WiFi products that incorporate IRA/LDPC encoders and/or decoders and infringe the asserted patents,’ the university said,” Page reports. “CALTECH claimed that Apple knowingly used and advertised gains from patented WiFi technology in almost all of its major products starting from the iPhone 5.”
“The institute is seeking a ban on all of the products named in the lawsuit,” Page reports. “This includes the iPhone, MacBook Air, iPad Pro and Apple Watch.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Now there’s a sales ban that’ll never happen.