Apple will resume its sale of iPhones in its stores in Germany, selling its older models which come with chips from Qualcomm Inc., as the chipmaker gets one over the Cupertino-based tech giant. The world’s biggest supplier of mobile chips Qualcomm had brought a suit against Apple, where it claimed the smartphone maker was infringing on one of its patent that had to do with smartphone power management. The Battle in Munich A Munich court granted Qualcomm an injunction against Apple, banning the company from selling some iPhone models that used chips from rival chips maker Intel and parts supplier, Qorvo.
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