On December 10, Qualcomm announced that the intermediate people's Court of Fuzhou, China granted Qualcomm two interim injunctions against four Chinese subsidiaries of apple, requiring them to immediately stop the infringement of two Qualcomm patents, including the import, sale and promise of sale of unauthorized products in China. Related products include iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 plus and iPhone X. The two patents involved were previously recognized as valid by the State Intellectual Property Office of the people's Republic of China in the patent invalidation procedure.
It's not hard to see that the vast majority of iPhone models are going to stop selling, but not including the latest iPhone released by apple in September. In response, apple officials said: 'trying to ban our products is another desperate move by Qualcomm, whose violations are being investigated by regulators around the world. Chinese consumers can still buy all iPhone models. Qualcomm is making claims on three patents that they have never made before, including one that has lapsed, and we will seek all legal avenues through the courts. '