It is understood that the lawsuit between Apple and Qualcomm will be decided next week in the US District Court for the use of chip licensing disputes. For this Qualcomm statement, Apple’s chief operating officer said in a testimony before the US Federal Trade Commission that he would maintain cooperation with Qualcomm under reasonable circumstances and would also be willing to pay Qualcomm a reasonable licensing fee, emphasizing that Apple will still insist A number of supply chain cooperation models.
The noteworthy part is that if the court finally decides that Apple will win the case, it will inevitably affect Qualcomm's future chip sales and technology patent licensing model. From the standpoint of Apple, it is clear that whether it wins or not, it will maintain the relationship with Qualcomm, but mainly Still hope to maintain a reasonable licensing model and charging methods, but also hope to maintain more than two supply chain cooperation models.
In fact, from the recent external statement of Qualcomm, in addition to the hope of cooperation with Apple through patent litigation, it also hopes to resume cooperation with Apple. Therefore, many market views believe that the two sides will continue to cooperate in the future.