The U.S. International Trade Commission has agreed to a partial review of Nokia’s patent case against Apple which it lost in March, according to Bloomberg. Nokia is the world’s biggest maker of mobile phones.
Nokia alleged that Apple infringed claims on five of its patents; however, a judge ruled that was not the case. The ITC has now agreed to a review of the ruling on two of the patents by its full six-member commission. The ITC will let stand the rest of the finding that Apple didn’t violate three other Nokia patents.