“Baili, a Chinese device maker, has sued Apple for allegedly copying its smartphone design in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus,” Don Reisinger reports for Fortune.
“A Chinese court recently granted Baili an injunction that would have forced Apple to remove the iPhone 6 line from store shelves,” Reisinger reports. “However, Apple quickly appealed the ruling to a higher court, which will allow it to continue selling the iPhone 6 line until that court makes its own ruling on the case.”
“The smartphone in question is Baili’s 100C, which sells under the 100+ brand,” Reisinger reports. “According to a posting on Tenna, a China-based e-commerce site, the 100C went on sale in April 2014. Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus went on sale in the fall of 2014, which Baili has noted in its argument against Apple.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Nope.