Another day, another lawsuit. Well, at least an extension of an existing lawsuit. As noted by AppleInsider, a company called ParkerVision, who has sued Apple for patent infringement, is extending the lawsuit.
In 2015 the RF technologies research and development firm sued the tech giant, as well as Samsung, LG and Qualcomm, for allegedly infringing upon four wireless networking patents. The ITC complaint asked for an embargo on imports and sales of infringing products, while the lawsuit seeks as-yet-unspecified damages. For Apple, the list of named devices at the time included iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPad Air 2 and "many other products." Now ParkerVision wants to add the iPhone 7 to the list.