Electronics producer Maxell has filed another lawsuit against Apple, once more accusing it of infringing on 12 patents through FaceTime and photographic features of the iPhone, iPad, and other hardware.
The filing on February 19 at the US District Court for the Western District of Texas Waco Division has Maxell undertaking the familiar role as plaintiff, accusing Apple of patent infringement.
This is far from Maxell’s first time suing Apple, as it has attempted to do the same thing in 2019 and 2020 against the iPhone maker. As with the previous lawsuits, Maxell believes a selection of patents it controls are being abused by Apple, for which it wants compensation.
The patents for the latest lawsuit include:
- 10,911,719 – “Communication Apparatus for Transmitting and Receiving Digital Information To and From Another Communication Apparatus”
- 10,389,978 – “Communication apparatus for transmitting and receiving digital information to and from another communication…