We wrote a year ago that Apple has been found to be infringing on Qualcomm's power-saving patents in a court in Munich.
A spokesman for Gravis, Germany's biggest re-seller of Apple products, that it still had all Apple products on sale, including the iPhone 7 and 8 models. "The court also ordered Apple to recall infringing iPhones from third-party resellers in Germany".
A spokeswoman for the Munich regional court told Reuters on Friday that Apple had appealed the court's December 20 ruling.
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Courtroom fights over patents, technology, and licensing do not often reach the stage where consumer choice is impacted, but in the ongoing fight between Qualcomm and Apple, sales of iPhone 7 and 8 models are now restricted in Germany. As of now, the iPhone 7 and 8, as well as the iPhone 7 Plus and 8 Plus, are no longer for sale at official Apple storefronts, including the German version of Apple.com.
Apple declined to comment on Qualcomm's most recent move on Thursday. Apple had said it was engaging the choice.
The chip group Qualcomm has put before the court, contended successfully sales ban of several older models of the iPhone in Germany.
Apple does intend to appeal the ruling, pointing ZDNet's sister site CNET to a previous statement, issued in December, at the time of the court's original decision. The trick is in the way the court order is being interpreted. The phones affected will be the iPhone 7 and 8.
Under German law, judgements become enforceable once the victor of the patent dispute posts bonds covering potential damages incurred by the losing party, in case the judgment is overturned or amended on appeal. Cupertino has also been found liable for any monetary damages suffered by Qualcomm, the amount of which has yet to be offered.