I had brought you a feature, some days back, on one more raging mobile patent lawsuit between Apple and Motorola, with the former accusing the latter of infringement of its patents. But now, Motorola seems to have turned the tables on Apple.
Motorola is now trying to get Apple to pay 2.25 percent of its iPhone business in exchange for its own licensing patents, which the company claims that Apple uses.
Just imagine how much Motorola stands to gain if it wins this lawsuit. Each unit of iPhone Sales could earn Motorola about $20 on an average. That, multiplied by the number of iPhone units sold every year, would yield a pretty staggering sum of money.
Needless to say, Apple is not one to give up easily and is getting ready to fight to the finish. The company has stated that Motorola is being downright unreasonable with its demands and that it will continue the battle till it wins this case.