Apple filed a copyright lawsuit against Corellium in 2019, claiming the company — which created virtual iPhone environments for security testing — illegally replicated iOS. The dispute was nearly settled in 2021, but Apple went on to file an appeal against a judge’s ruling that Corellium had operated within fair use laws. Now, Apple and Corellium have finally reached an undisclosed settlement, Forbes reports.
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