BlackBerry settles patent infringement dispute with Typo
Ontario, Canada based tech giant and smartphone maker BlackBerry said that its patent infringement dispute with the Typo has been solved. The company that manufactures BlackBerry brands of smartphones has announced that Typo will be allowed to make and sell keyboards for larger devices. But it will no longer be able to make keyboards for iPhones.
The company while talking about the resolution of the issue went on to add that Typo will be able to manufacture keyboards for devices that are larger than 7.9 inches.
The settlement means that the Typo Products LLC will not be able to make and sell keyboards for smartphones and phablets. This is going to be a big shock for the company that seems to be growing very fast over its ability to manufacture impressive keyboards for top of the line smartphones.
Now they will no longer be able to make keyboards for iPhones, their main market thus far. The largest model of the Apple phone has a height of 6.22 inches. Typo Products LLC was cofounded by â€˜American Idolâ€™ host Ryan Seacrest.
Typo Products LLCâ€™s keyboards are very popular with iPhone and iPad users. Now the iPhone market is out of bounds for the company. Typoâ€™s website currently sells $189 attachable keyboards for the iPad.
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