Apple shares fell after China banned the sale of several models of iPhonePhoto: MacDigger

The ban applies to phones from the iPhone 6S to iPhone X

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In China, the court in the framework of the lawsuit from the chipset manufacturer Qualcomm Inc. Apple imposed a ban on the sale of several iPhone models.

According to Reuters, the ban applies to phones from the iPhone 6S to iPhone X (excluding models with the newest iOS version 12).

After Qualcomm announced the decision of the Chinese court, Apple shares on the stock exchange in new York has lost 1.7%.

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Qualcomm, engaged in the development and production of chips for wireless communications, and Apple for several years are in litigation.

Qualcomm accuses Apple of patent infringement. Apple, in turn, accusing Qualcomm abuse of market position in chips.

Recall that Zuckerberg has banned its employees to use iPhones. The reason was the conflict of the founder of Facebook with the leadership of Apple.

To a quarrel between IT entrepreneurs that has led to criticism of the social network Facebook from the head of Apple Tim cook. Apple CEO repeatedly critically expressed to address of the social network. In October at an international conference he accused the social network to “surveillance” for their users for profit.