Apple recently resumed the sale of the Apple Watch in Germany after the sale of the popular wearables was halted due to a patent dispute. The key issue had been the dispute between Apple and chipmaker Qualcomm, which had forced the tech giant to suspend sales of the Apple Watch in the region in April.
Apple had accused Qualcomm of violating a key patent related to power management. To resolve the issue, Apple had paid Qualcomm an undisclosed amount and the dispute was resolved in May. This allowed Apple to resume sales of its Apple Watch in Germany.
Apple Watch is a popular wearables and is the world’s best-selling smartwatch. It is used by millions of people who are keen to stay updated on the go and in sync with their digital lifestyle. It features several features such as health and fitness tracking, messaging, payment, social media, and more.
The restart of the sale of the Apple Watch in Germany is a positive step for Apple and its customers, as it allows the tech giant to access the large market in Germany. It also helps Apple in gaining more traction in Europe, where it is competing with several local rivals such as Samsung and Huawei in the smartwatch segment.
The resumption of Apple Watch sales in Germany will undoubtedly help Apple in increasing its presence in the country and increase its market share. Additionally, the success of the Apple Watch in the region could also help the company in expanding its product portfolio and increasing its revenue.
It will be interesting to see how the Apple Watch will be received in Germany and how it will fare against its local rivals. It could prove to be a major success for Apple in the region and help the company to reach new customers.