According to the micro -net news, a Irish non -practicing entity (NPE) Sonrai Memory filed a lawsuit in the Western District of the Western District of the United States on Friday, accusing Apple violated two patents it owned.
Patently Apple reports that one of the patents is 6,874,014, and the title is a chip multi -processor with multiple operating systems, which can be traced back to 2005. Another item is 6,724,241, known as & quot; variable charge pump circuit with dynamic loads & quot;, the first authorized to be authorized in 2004. The infringement involves many Apple products, dating back to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, fifth -generation iPad, all iPad Pro, and various MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models.
Sonrai Memory said that the technology used by Apple A series, M series and T series chip sets violated its 6,874,014 patent. At the same time, 6,724,241 involves SK Hynix NAND flash memory chips. The company advocates compensation for losses, costs, fees, interests, decisions on continuous permission fees, and "reasonable lawyers' fees."
It is reported that Sonrai Memory has obtained the relevant patents involved in lawsuits from HP and Atmel (acquired by Microchip). Since July 2021, Sonrai Memory has also filed similar patented infringement lawsuits to Western Data, Google, Samsung, LG, Lenovo, and other companies.