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Apple must pay $ 85 million for infringing patents

In 2014 WiLAN, a wireless technology development firm, accused the company led by Tim Cook of using its technology without paying for the rights.

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Since 2014 Apple was on trial with another wireless technology development company called WiLAN and   The San Diego jury recently determined that the firm headed by Tim Cook must pay compensation of $ 85 million.

Apple must pay $ 85 million for infringing patents
Apple must pay $ 85 million for infringing patents

WiLAN accused Cupertino-based companies of infringing patents related to wireless communications on its iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 models. In 2018, the jury concluded that the apple firm had to pay 145 million dollars.

However, after appeals made by the brand founded by Steve Jobs, a new testing process was carried out and he will now have to pay $ 85 million, according to Bloomberg.

At the moment, it is not clear if this will be a final resolution since the sentence could have cost more. It is important to note that iPhone 6 sales reached around 102,000 million dollars while those of the iPhone 7 were more than 141,319 million dollars only in its first year of launch.

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