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  • Apple Inc is again in the news with it’s press release
  • Reports say that the press release is against to Qualcomm
  • iphone 7 and iphone 8 are banned for selling in and across germany
  • Apple Inc still sending the signals to the public stating where and how to buy these banned mobiles.
  • Court has ordered Apple Inc to remove that particular part of the press release

Apple Inc has been ordered by a German court to stop using part of a Apple press release claiming all iPhones would be available in the country through carriers and resellers, a copy of the ruling seen by Reuters showed. The iPhone maker was banned from selling the iPhone 7 and 8 models in Germany in December following a patent dispute with Qualcomm Inc.

Qualcomm on Thursday obtained the preliminary injunction stopping Apple Press release from using a statement that it released to the press in response to the December ruling.

At the time, the iPhone maker said that it would no longer stock the iPhone 7 and 8 at its 15 retail outlets in Germany but those models would remain available to customers through more than 4,300 carriers and resellers across Germany.

“The Apple press release … is misleading as it contains statements that are at least potentially deceptive about the availability of the goods, namely the iPhones affected by the ruling,” a three-judge panel wrote in the latest ruling.

The judges said Apple’s press release gives consumers and retailers the false impression of unlimited availability of the phones. Apple did not respond to a request for comment on Friday. Qualcomm said “the order speaks for itself”.

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Samba Shiva Thadavarthi
Mr. Shiva is a technologist by profession and technical writer by passion. He has served in several organisations as Research and Development manager and wrote versatile articles on the current trends of technological transformation.

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