Apple loses court battle for "counterfeit" iPhone parts in Norway

The owner of the Norwegian repair shop Henrik Huseby received a letter of cessati from Apple regarding his use of imported screens for iPhone, issued a cease and desist order and threatened him fines – but fought the company in court.

Huseby, who owns a small electrics repair shop called PCKompaniet in Norway, had received a load of 63 replacement iPhone 6 and 6S screens from Asia seized by Norwegian customs officials , according to Motherboard . The Norwegian government has informed Apple, and a lawyer has represented the company proposing a settlement, which would involve Huseby to play $ 3,500, destroying the screens, and promising to no lger sell or process products that violate the trademarks of # 39; Apple.

Huseby refused the settlement and took Apple to court. The case depended the questi of exactly how Huseby was getting the Chinese coins and how they were marked.

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Huseby, like many repairers and technicians around the world, is buying …

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