Instead, future phones may be packed with chips from Qualcomm rivals Intel and MediaTek.
Man arrested after 9 bodies, 2 severed heads found in Tokyo flat
The Asahi Shimbun reported one other case of a killer who had found his victim on a suicide-related website. She agreed to contact Shiraishi and to invite him to meet her at a train station while the police observed.
Qualcomm fires back at Apple supporters.
Qualcomm says the move violates its software agreement; it is seeking damages from Apple. Qualcomm has tried to ban the sale of select iPhones in the USA, and has also begun an attempt to get iPhone sales banned in China. Qualcomm sent the same response to TechRadar, but referenced the WSJ's question.
Qualcomm claim that Apple hasn't protected their software sufficiently, which they legally agreed to, and say Apple aren't allowing for a proper audit to review how the iPhone handles their software. "We are committed to supporting Apple's new devices consistent with our support of all others in the industry".
Climbing to be banned on Uluru from 2019
Tourism Central Australia said it supported the decision, pointing out that the public could still access much of the site. According to the board, only 16 per cent of visitors to the national park climbed Uluru from 2011 to 2015.
The mixed messages aren't all that surprising. That same month, Apple's contract manufacturers joined its countersuit against Qualcomm saying the lawsuit against them is "yet another chapter of Qualcomm's anticompetitive scheme to dominate modem chip markets, extract supracompetitive royalties, and break its commitments to license its cellular technology on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms".
Are you planning to line up for an iPhone X tomorrow?
The new lawsuit is the latest escalation of a long-running legal battle between the two companies.
Kristen Bell & Dave Grohl Perform Frozen & Metallica Mashup
Dave Grohl was the guest host of Jimmy Kimmel Live this Tuesday (October 31), and took to the Halloween theme with aplomb. That's what happened last night however when Frozen's Kristen Bell stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live .
Although Apple doesn't use Snapdragon processors in its iPhones, it's still on the hook for numerous patents Qualcomm owns. We also contacted Apple, but did not receive a response.