According to the report, the suit had Apple accuse the emulating of iOS by Corellium as having the “sole function” of running the operating system on non-Apple hardware. The claim also argued that Corellium sold its product indiscriminately, including potentially to hackers. Both of which were rejected by Smith.
That being said, Smith said Apple can still pursue a separate claim of Corellium circumventing its security measures to create the iOS emulation. In any case, it’s pretty rare to see a smaller company standing its legal ground against a larger company. Particularly one as large as Apple which, incidentally, previously attempted to acquire Corellium.