Apple Found Guilty Of Using University Of Wisconsin Patent
Apple was found guilty of using technology from a University of Wisconsin-Madison patent to enhance chips in its iPhones and iPads.By Ryan Biek | October 14, 2015
Apple could be paying the University of Wisconsin-Madison over $850 million for violating the school's patent. (Video via University of Wisconsin-Madison)
A jury found Apple guilty of using technology patented in 1998 without the University of Wisconsin's permission.
The jury ruled processors found in the iPhone 5s, 6, 6 Plus and certain iPad models used the University of Wisconsin's technology to enhance processor efficiency.