OMG! This Company Claims That Apple Copied Its Dual Camera Technology

OMG! This Company Claims That Apple Copied Its Dual-Camera Technology

It seems that the tech giant Apple will again return to court in a lawsuit filed by the Israeli company Corephotonics, which accuses the tech giant Apple of infringing its patents on the dual-camera technology of iPhones 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus.

OMG! This Company Claims That Apple Copied Its Dual-Camera Technology

The tech giant Apple will return to court in a lawsuit filed by the Israeli company Corephotonics, which accuses the tech giant Apple of infringing its patents on the dual-camera technology of iPhones 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus.

The company based in Tel Aviv claims that the tech giant Apple copied and used its camera technology and placed it on the iPhone that also without any authorization.

In a lawsuit filed against the Cupertino giant, of course, the tech giant Apple, the president David Mendlovic of the Israeli startup firm Corephotonics accuses the tech giant Apple of declining a partnership offered by the startup.

The representatives of the tech giant Apple who made contact with the president, David Mendlovic of the Israeli startup firm Corephotonics would even have suggested the possibility of violating the patents of the Israeli company.

According to the complaint, “the tech giant Apple’s lead negotiator expressed contempt for Corephotonics’ patents, telling Dr Mendlovic and others that albeit Apple infringed, it’d take years and countless bucks in proceeding before Apple might need to pay one thing.”

However, the school big Apple has not in public position on the topic, however, the official data we’ve thus far is that the corporate supported by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak uses own patents within the constitutional cameras on their devices, of course, iPhone and iPad.

Although very little well-known, that the Israeli startup firm Corephotonics has managed to boost $15 million from the well-known investors that enclosed the South Korean big Samsung Ventures, Foxconn, MediaTek, and SanDisk.

In court, the corporate is suggested by the corporate Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, the identical company that handled the case filed by Samsung against Apple involving the doable violation.

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