Apple is again going to court, this time suing a third-party MacBook power adapter manufacturer who supposedly violated patented designs, while in a separate trial has also appealed to move its ongoing defense against clone iPod maker Luxpro to a California court. The former involves a suit against Media Solutions Holdings, where both eReplacements and Laptops For Less have been named as the defendants. The lawsuit also points towards both as culprits in providing a power adapter for Apple’s MacBook which is touted to infringe on Apple’s patents.
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