Chicago-based Soverain Software, known for several magic fragrant patent lawsuits against technology companies, is now moving to Apple, hoping to pick up some beautiful crowns. They filed a lawsuit on Thursday as concerns "Internet-based services," writes Apple Insider.
The application specifically singled out four patents which reportedly developed by startup company Open Market. And it's not the first time that Soverain Software pulls lance and messes with Internet based stores. They have previously been in the fuss, including Amazon, where they won and took home millions of dollars.
Even more specifically, the security patents Soverain Software believes that Apple is infringing, and how databases verifies user credentials. Furthermore, the company believes that the iPhone maker violating patents related protocol FaceTime, Handoff, Homekit, Cloudkit and much more.