Apple has finally settled the copyright lawsuit against Corellium and its virtualization software.
Corellium is a cybersecurity company specialized in creating virtual environments of operating systems.
The tech Giant has been fighting with Corellium in the courts since August 2019 after company started selling virtual iOS devices to security researchers. Corellium’s software lets security experts run virtualized iOS devices for research purposes.
In a lawsuit filed in the Southern District of Florida, Apple claimed that the company was infringing its copyright by selling a copy of iOS without authorization. Apple also claimed that hackers could use Corellium’s platform to find ways to hack iPhones and iPads.
Apple faced a major defeat in December 2020 when a federal judge said Corellium had established fair use for using Apple’s code.
The Cupertino-based company continued to seek an injunction to stop Corellium from selling virtual iOS devices, but now Apple has decided to drop the case.
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