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Apple accused of stealing dual-camera technology used in latest iPhones

[2019-08-15 04:04:47]

Israeli-based camera technology firm Corephotonics is back with a massive lawsuit claiming Apple knowingly used patented dual-camera technology in iPhone, then attempted to cover its tracks with largely similar intellectual property filings.

Apple accused of stealing dual-camera technology used in latest iPhones


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