On Apple sued because of 3D Touch
“We are pleased that other industry representatives appreciated the tactile technology and apply them in their products, however, it is important for us to protect their activities against violations of intellectual property rights to protect our built ecosystems and investments, all aimed at improving tactile technology”. With these words CEO of Immersion, Victor Viegas precedes the beginning of a new trial with Apple.
As you can see from the previous paragraph, the company Immersion has sued Apple, suspecting the latter of illegally using its developments in technology Force Touch Apple Watch 3D Touch and the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Interestingly, the lawsuit also included models of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but there are no new generation MacBook, also feature Force Touch.
Following the hearing, the company requires Apple’s damages incurred in connection with patent infringement, and may even ban on the sale of relevant products. It seems that Tim cook and his friends got into another embarrassing situation, to get out of which will be very long.
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