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Apple Set to Design 2018 iDevices without Qualcomm Modems

1 COVER 2017 -  intel modem for iPhone 7


Apple's war with Qualcomm continues and deepens as Apple is preparing next-gen iPhones and iPads that will no longer support Qualcomm modems. The decision was prompted by Qualcomm not providing Apple with key software they require to test chips for new products. In a statement on the matter, Qualcomm has outright denied that they are doing any such thing. The report noted that Samsung had quietly dropped Qualcomm for some phones without telling Qualcomm.


Other reports on the matter say that Apple is likely to extend their relationship with Intel which we first reported on last year and could tap into expertise by MediaTek. On July 21 Patently Apple posted a report titled "Intel Files Statement with ITC claiming Qualcomm is trying to Force them out of the Modem Business with Apple.


Last Friday Patently Apple posted a report titled "Qualcomm's CEO Threatens Taiwan Businesses to Force Government to Overturn Monopoly Ruling against them or else," illustrating how they blatantly abuse their monopolistic position to force companies or countries to bend to their wishes.


Apple – Qualcomm Battle History


The battle between Apple and Qualcomm has been raging on since the year began as our list of reports proves out.


Jan 17, 2017: The U.S. Fair Trade Commission Sues Qualcomm for Forcing Apple to use its Chips in iDevices

Jan 20, 2017 - Apple Sues Qualcomm for $1 Billion Claiming Unfair Exclusionary Tactics and Charging Excessive Royalties

Jan 22, 2017: Apple's Full lawsuit against Qualcomm Comes to Light Revealing Secret Licensing Agreements and more

Jan 25, 2017: Apple takes their War against Qualcomm to Beijing China

Jan 25, 2017: While Qualcomm is Guilty of Gouging Asian Smartphone OEMs, the Chip Maker Believes that Apple is the Problem

March 02, 2017: Apple has launched a new Lawsuit against Qualcomm in the U.K.

April 11, 2017: Qualcomm Fires Back at Apple with Counterclaims Lawsuit Claiming Breach of Contract and more

April 28, 2017: Qualcomm Lowers Q3 Fiscal 2017 Guidance due to Apple Holding back Royalty Payments

May 03, 2017: Qualcomm Plans Retaliation against Apple and ask the International Trade Commission to Stop iPhone Sales

May 12, 2017 - The FTC Responds to Qualcomm's Motion to dismiss their case about Monopoly Power, Samsung & Intel File Amicus Briefs

May 17, 2017: New Court Filing Details Qualcomm Suing Apple's iPhone Suppliers for withholding Royalty Payments

July 06, 2017: Qualcomm Files another Patent Infringement Complaint against Apple with International Trade Commission

June 20, 2017: Apple has asked the Court to Stop Qualcomm's Double Dipping 'No License, No Chips' Market Tactic

July 19, 2017: Apple joins in new Lawsuit against Qualcomm filed by Suppliers Hon Hai, Pegatron, Wistron and Compal

July 21, 2017: Intel Files Statement with ITC claiming Qualcomm is trying to Force them out of the Modem Business with Apple

Aug 09, 2017: U.S. International Trade Commission to Investigate Apple's Alleged Unfair Trade Practice within 45 Days

Aug 14, 2017: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has Requested Qualcomm provide more info on Dispute with Apple

Sept 08, 2017: U.S. Federal Judge Rules that Apple's Multiple Foreign Lawsuits against Qualcomm can Proceed

Oct 11, 2017: Taiwan's FTC Hits Qualcomm with a Record $773 Million Fine for Abusing their Monopoly Power

Oct 13, 2017: Qualcomm, as Expected, Seeks to Stop iPhone Sales in China with new Patent Infringement Case Filed

Side Report Oct 18, 2017: Qualcomm's CEO closes his eyes to being Ruled an Abusive Monopoly Power and Downplays their Battle with Apple


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