Apple loses the Corellium violation lawsuit, “Virtual iPhone” does not infringe

Apple has been a little bit inaccurate lately. The explanation is that, in a patent case, Apple ultimately lost. And the iOS device that Apple is proud of is this patent. What are the ins and outs of the matter, then?

Who has touched the nerves of Apple?

The corporation that Apple has sued is called Corellium.

The company was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Delray Beach, a city in southeast Florida, USA, according to its official website. Its main product is a Corellium virtual machine (simulator) for iOS, which is also the basis of the name of the company.

Corellium is a virtualization organization for smartphones and the world’s first platform that offers ARM architecture-based virtualization of iOS, Android and Linux. In its custom platform, the company develops components such as iOS, iTunes, and the user interface to build interactive iOS devices that will run iOS programs.

The two co-founders are the first iPhone jailbreakers, David Wang (@planetbeing) and Chris Wade (@cmwdotme).

10 years ago, for more than a year, they collaborated with several other iOS developers to port Android to the first iPhone.

Who touched Apple’s nerves?

The company that was sued by Apple is called Corellium.

According to its official website, the company was founded in 2017 and is located in Delray Beach, a city in southeastern Florida, USA. Its main product is an iOS virtual machine (simulator) Corellium, which is also the source of the company’s name.

Corellium is a virtualization organization for smartphones and the world’s first platform that offers ARM architecture-based virtualization of iOS, Android and Linux. In its custom platform, the company develops components such as iOS, iTunes, and the user interface to build interactive iOS devices that will run iOS programs.

10 years ago, for more than a year, they collaborated with several other iOS developers to port Android to the first iPhone.