Apple is moving to stop third party firms from creating cheaper alternative adaptors for Macs, launching a lawsuit against one such vendor.  Third party adapters are being sold by bigger retailers like Amazon through 3rd party channels.

Apple on Monday filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Media Solutions Holdings. In the suit, the company says the other firm sells “various consumer electronic accessories at retail, including knock-off power adapters for use with genuine Apple portable computers,

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