The Finland-based cell phone maker now says almost all of Apple’s products – from the iPhone and iPod to the various Mac desktops and laptops use Nokia’s patented technology. To that point, Nokia on Tuesday filed a complaint against Apple with the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Nokia said Apple is violating intellectual property rights related to user interfaces, cameras, antennas and power management technology.
Nokia’s latest move comes a couple of months after it sued Apple over the iPhone, saying the uber-popular device infringes on 10 Nokia patents. Apple denies Nokia’s claims and has countersued; the California-based company has yet to respond to Nokia’s Dec. 29 action.