Bloomberg reports that Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) filed a new lawsuit against Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) yesterday accusing the iPhone maker of using its chip software access to benefit Intel (NASDAQ:INTC). "Apple copied an Intel engineer in the email for information". Qualcomm has said Apple is mischaracterizing its practices.
According to Bloomberg, the new suit alleges that Apple refuses to allow Qualcomm to audit Apple's handling of the chipmaker's proprietary software, something the company says is in the current contract. Qualcomm's move was likely prompted by Apple's recent $1 billion lawsuit against the chipmaker in which it claimed it has "nothing to do with" technologies that Qualcomm was seeking royalty payments for. Earlier this month, Qualcomm filed suits in Beijing to ban iPhone production in China.
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"The Qualcomm modem that could be used in the next generation iPhone has already been fully tested and released to Apple", the statement read.
Revenue from its Qualcomm CDMA Technologies (QCT) unit, which includes its chip business that supplies both Android smartphone makers and Apple, rose 13 percent to $4.65 billion.
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The company started using Intel's broadband modem chips in the iPhone 7.
Qualcomm's legal spat with Apple is growing nastier; the chip giant now claims Apple tried to give rival Intel a sneak peek into Qualcomm's trade secrets.
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However, he apologized "if I did behave then as [Rapp] describes. for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior". Rapp made the allegation in an interview with BuzzFeed News that was published Sunday.
In its United States case, Qualcomm alleges that it has six patents developed in the past four years that improve battery life in mobile devices and that 'Apple uses these technologies in its devices but is not paying for them'. Still, these results are a reflection of the toll that the legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple is taking.
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