What you need to know
- Apple has agreed to settle a major lawsuit with Corellium.
- It had sued the company over its virtual iOS software, which it says is a breach of copyright.
- The terms of the settlement are unknown.
Apple has settled a lawsuit with Corellium over claims the company breached copyright by selling virtual iOS devices for iPhone software testing.
As noted by The Washington Post:
The suit was filed in 2019 and claimed that Corellium's virtual iOS software, which let researchers test on a virtual iOS device rather than a physical iPhone, breached copyright.
Court records indicate that a settlement conference was held on Tuesday, however, the terms of the settlement are unknown.
According to the report, Correlium says it is still selling the virtual iOS devices at the heart of the dispute. From the original suit:
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