Thursday, August 18, 2022

Apple’s 5G iPhones & iPads banned in Colombia as Ericsson wins patent lawsuit

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A courtroom in Colombia has banned the sale of Apple’s 5G iPhones and iPads in the country. This decision was taken because of the final result of Ericsson’s patent case. The courtroom controlled that the required Apple product breached a patent owned by Ericsson.

Apple’s 5G iPhones & iPads banned in Colombia

A Bogota courtroom controlled in favor of Ericsson alleging them of breaching its 5G patents. A courtroom in the nation’s capital controlled that Apple’s 5G {hardware} dishonored Ericsson’s 2019 patent which is legal till 2035. The ruling was made last April and Ericsson has continued to implement the ruling. Ericsson posted a 50,000-dollar bond in May 2022. The courtroom then ordered an admonition earlier last week affecting Apple’s Colombian ancillary.

A courtroom order particularly forbids Apple from importing, promoting, or advertising any product that breaches a patent. The courtroom additionally advised the authorities in the country to make sure acquiescence to the order. The order by the courtroom has resulted in Apple submitting an anti-tort lawsuit in a Texas courtroom.


They claimed that the Colombian order provides Ericsson an undue benefit to stress into paying gloriousness. Accordingly, they are looking for an admonition from the courtroom that Ericsson should reimburse them for any fines, charges, penalties, and prices ascribable to the Colombian order. This case provides a collection of lawsuits related to patents. There have been a number of different lawsuits in Europe, the UK, and the US.

Although they have appealed the order, right now they are prohibited from “the import, sale, and advertisement of products breaching that patent” the other also requires them to “notify and communicate” to local shops, exporters, owners of social media platforms, mass media, and e-commerce platforms to stop sales and production of these products.

Another shocker to them is that the company was clogged from probing an antisuit ban to stop Ericsson from imposing the ruling.

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