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Apple sued over potential iPhone patent infringement

Intellect Wireless has filed a lawsuit against Apple in U.S. District Court in Illinois claiming patent infringement. The complaint states that the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS infringe on at least two patents held by company owner Daniel Henderson relating to the receiving and display of “caller ID information, non-facsimile pictures, video messages, and or Multimedia Messaging Service.” Intellect Wireless has previously sued other companies, including Helio, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Virgin Mobile, with similar claims of patent infringement; the company is seeking damages and other relief in its complaint against Apple.

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