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Apple's blockbuster legal settlement paves the way for a 5G iPhone (AAPL)

Business Insider Wednesday, 17 April 2019 ()
Apple's blockbuster legal settlement paves the way for a 5G iPhone (AAPL)· *Apple reached a settlement with chipmaker Qualcomm on Tuesday, resolving the companies' longstanding legal dispute over technology royalties and patents.*
· *Intel, a supplier of modem chips for Apple, simultaneously announced that it's crashing out of the race to make 5G chips for phones.*
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News video: Qualcomm Stock Soars After Settling Patent Dispute With Apple

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Reuters reports that Qualcomm Inc on Tuesday won a major victory in settling its wide-ranging legal dispute with Apple Inc. The settlement includes an undisclosed payment amount from Apple to Qualcomm. The agreement also includes a six-year patent license deal and supply agreement that could pave the...

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