Apple’s online store is again selling Nokia’s iPhone-connected health devices almost two months after the two companies reached an agreement in their patent infringement battle.
They’re all in stock and available with free shipping.
The devices were previously sold under the French brand Withings. In April 2016, Nokia acquired Withings for a reported $192 million and retired that brand last month.
In May, the two companies signed a cross-license agreement which put an end to all litigation.
Under the terms of the multi-year patent agreement, Nokia will receive an upfront cash payment from Apple and additional revenues during the term of the agreement.
Nokia will also provide “certain network infrastructure products and services” to Apple.