Qualcomm and Apple are at it again. We’ve already heard about Apple suing Qualcomm for charging too much for royalties, then Qualcomm suing Apple for “making Qualcomm chips look inferior to Intel’s”, and today, Qualcomm has officially filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) and Federal Court.

Qualcomm claims that Apple is using six of Qualcomm’s patents in various devices whose royalties have not been paid by Apple. The chipmaker is seeking to stop Apple’s alleged infringement by ordering a cease and desist order to block further selling, marketing, advertising, importing, warehousing, and use of all products in the United States. Don Rosenberg, executive vice president of Qualcomm had the following to say:

“The patents we are asserting represent six important technologies, out of a portfolio of thousands, and each is vital to iPhone functions. Apple continues to use Qualcomm’s technology while refusing to pay for it.”

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