Patent war between Qualcomm and Apple makes Apple banned from selling iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 because it violates patents. Apple must withdraw all iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 products in the German market. If there is another iPhone that is caught violating, of course the iPhone model can also be banned as well.
One of the things that Apple can do is to release a modified version of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8. Yes, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 must be modified so that they no longer have a patent disputed by Qualcomm. Thus, the iPhone sold will be free from demands.
The patent war in question is that Qualcomm is suing Apple in Germany because the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 use their patents in the form of envelope tracking technology that can make the iPhone save battery when receiving and sending signals.
Reporting from MacRumors, Apple will replace Intel chips in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 for sale in Germany using Qualcomm. An Apple spokesman explained that there was no choice but to make this decision because the case was won by Qualcomm.
It is still unclear when this will begin to be implemented. Likewise with the performance of chips from Qualcomm on the iPhone this modification. What do you think?