Apple has been sued yet again in China, this time by a Taiwanese man claiming the company is infringing on a patent he owns with FaceTime.
FaceTime is Apple’s video calling feature that is available on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch as well as on its Mac computers.
The man, who goes by Lee, isn't currently seeking damages or compensation but does want Apple to cease the violation. He claims FaceTime infringes on his patent for "voice network personal digital assistant" technology.
Lee's lawyer said Lee developed the technology and patent because he traveled a lot, made many expensive calls and was seeking a way to reduce his need for those calls.