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Apple sues mobile device virtualization company Corellium, accusing it of copyright infringement for illegally replicating iOS and iPhone and iPad apps (Juli Clover/MacRumors)

[2019-08-15 23:37:47]

Juli Clover / MacRumors: Apple sues mobile device virtualization company Corellium, accusing it of copyright infringement for illegally replicating iOS and iPhone and iPad apps  —  Apple today filed a lawsuit against Corellium, a mobile device virtualization company that supports iOS.

Apple sues mobile device virtualization company Corellium, accusing it of copyright infringement for illegally replicating iOS and iPhone and iPad apps (Juli Clover/MacRumors)


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