Apple and the George Lucas-founded audio-and-visual tech firm THX are attempting to settle a patent spat between the two companies, recently filed court documents revealed.
A legal filing late Tuesday noted that the two companies were "currently attempting to resolve this matter outside of this ligitation," Bloomberg reports.
THX, accusing Apple of infringing on a patent covering sound direction from small speakers. In its complaint, THX said Apple's iPhone 4, along with iPads and iMac computers, were using that technology without a license, and were causing the company "monetary damage and irreparable harm."
Today's disclosure came inside a note asking to postpone a case management conference on the matter. That meeting was originally scheduled for next week, though Apple and THX are now asking to delay into late July.
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