Apple lost its case against an independent iPhone repair shop in Norway over unauthorized parts

Apple sued last year a spare parts repair shop in Norway, accusing its owner, Henrik Huseby, of having infringed Apple's trademarks using replacement of n-genuine origin.

The details of the lawsuit were shared today by Motherboard a website that covers the "Right to Repair" efforts in the United States.

Apple first sent a letter to Huseby asking him to stop using screens after repair to repair broken appliances after Norwegian customs seized the iPhone 6 and 6s replacement screens that were addressed to him. and discovered that they were fake.

Image via iFixit


Huseby had ordered the screens, which were "renovated screens assembled by a third party" of Hg Kg. The displays have been refurbished using real broken iPhone compents.

Apple wanted Huseby to destroy the counterfeit displays, pay a fine of about $ 3,566 and sign an agreement not to manufacture, import, sell or otherwise "deal with products that violate the trademarks of. Apple ". Huseby decided …

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