Apple is reportedly closing two stores in a Texas district to avoid patent trolls

According to a new report by MacRumors Apple plans to close two stores in the eastern part of Texas to avoid patent troll suits.

MacRumors According to the memo, the eastern part of Texas is known as the patent litigation (backed by the SMU Dedman School of Law) and can file patent lawsuits under US law. "Apple said in the lawsuit, hoping to protect itself.

Both the Apple Willow Bend store in Fresno and the Apple Stoke Brewer store in Frisco are expected to close the store on April 12th. Apple plans to open a new store to keep retail stores in the Galleria Dallas shopping mall outside the eastern region.

Apple's commitment to protect itself from litigation is a bold attempt, but given that the lawsuit could cost the company more than $ 500 million, Apple is willing to do what it can do Avoid them for easy reason.

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