Two of those were related to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 and 820 processors, which powered Samsung phones and Google Pixel phones.
Now, according to court documents, Apple has amended its response to include suing Qualcomm for using patents giving juice wherever and at whatever level is needed, plus starting and shutting down quickly.
The Apple law suit comes after Qualcomm sued it last July for using elements of its battery life patents.
Google's 'Datally' Is An App That Will Help You Save Data
You can even check your data usage for this week and for the month, which will give you an estimate of how you use the data. Another useful feature of the application is its ability to track down available Wi-Fi networks located nearby.
The new complaints represent the latest development in a long-standing dispute and follows Apple's countersuit on Wednesday against Qualcomm, which alleged that Qualcomm's Snapdragon mobile phone chips infringed on Apple patents.
The filings were issued yesterday, shortly after Apple filed its own patent infringement lawsuit against Qualcomm.
"Apple began seeking those patents years before Qualcomm began seeking the patents it asserts against Apple in this case", the company wrote in its complaint.
MacOS gives users full admin rights without password
Ergin tweeted about the flaw on Tuesday, and as of the time of publication, all MacOS High Sierra machines are still vulnerable. If you don't need remote access, consider disabling Screen Sharing or Remote Management in the Sharing preference pane as well.
The patents describe technologies that allow a certain part of a phone's processor to only draw the minimum power needed and turn off when it's not needed.
One of the three cases filed Thursday in a California court is a companion civil lawsuit to a new complaint also filed the same day with the ITC that seeks the remedy of banning iPhones with Intel chips, Reuters reports.
This is of course a countersuit, dating back to a lawsuit Qualcomm filed against Apple on exactly the same grounds.
Stokes flying to New Zealand, not Adelaide Oval, England says
British media then reported that Stokes is travelling to Christchurch, New Zealand to visit his parents Barbara and Gerard Stokes. Canterbury coach Gary Stead said Stokes' possible involvement or not in the Ashes "hasn't been discussed whatsoever".
The legal bickering between Apple and Qualcomm shows no signs of backing down. Apple emailed Qualcomm to request "highly confidential" information about how its chips work on an unidentified wireless carrier's network, Qualcomm alleged, but Apple had copied an Intel engineer in the email for information.