Every time one HTC smartphone is sold, Apple makes a profit from 500 yen to 600 yen


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About Apple and HTC smartphones on 10th November 2012Patent disputeIt was reported that the solution was reached by concluding a license agreement for 10 years. Although the contents of the contract were not disclosed,Sterne AgeeAccording to Shaw Wu, an analyst, the license fee seems to be 6 to 8 dollars (about 480 yen to 640 yen) per smartphone.

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Wall Street JournalAccording to Wu's information based on Wu's information based on the license agreement HTC will pay Apple for 6 to 8 dollars (480 yen to 640 yen) per smartphone, the number of smartphone shipments in 2013 will be 30 million ~ Because it is expected to be 35 million, Apple's license fee will be between 180 and 280 million dollars (140 to 22 billion yen). The price of 6 to 8 dollars per car is lower than the price initially presented by Apple, but as HTC sells one Android smartphone$ 5 paid to MicrosoftIt is higher than the price (about 400 yen).

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Apple has also filed patent disputes with Samsung and Motorola, but Wu says that if it can be solved as well as a license agreement with HTC, it will be able to dominate again in the smartphone market. "It is not funny for Apple that developed a touch screen smartphone or tablet to earn a license fee based on intellectual property rights, since there were no similar items until the iPhone or iPad was born." is.

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