Beijing’s intellectual property regulator claims the two handsets are too similar to a Chinese smartphone
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and prohibited in Peking, China, by the property regulator, in keeping with a report within the Wall Street Journal. The regulators claim that the previous-generation iPhones infringe on a Chinese style patent for the Chinese Baili 100C smartphone. The ruling doesn’t have an effect on sales of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. This is one more blow for Apple, coming back a month when the corporate lost the rights to the “iPhone” trademark.
China is a vital marketplace for Apple, as highlighted by the number of times the country was mentioned throughout its WWDC 2016 keynote presentation. China is presently Apple’s largest market outside the US. UPDATE: Apple says that the order has stayed whereas it appeals, which all iPhones are accessible purchasable.”We appealed AN body order from a regional patent judicature in Peking last month and as a result, the order has been stayed unfinished review by the Peking informatics Court,” aforementioned AN Apple advocate.