Qualcomm is under antitrust pressure from the Federal Trade Commission and a class of 250 million cellphone purchasers in San Jose.

But on Friday the spotlight shifted to San Diego, where Apple Inc. and its contract manufacturers are seeking summary judgment that Qualcomm “double dips” by selling mobile phone chips and licensing the technology embodied in them, a cornerstone allegation in three ongoing antitrust suits against Qualcomm.

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