In a statement to Reuters, Apple said, "to address any possible concern about our compliance with the order", they will provide an update to all the infringed devices. However, Apple's newest models, the iPhone XS and XR, were not covered by the ban because they had not yet been introduced when Qualcomm filed its lawsuit late previous year.
In spite of the court injunctions, Apple has not pulled the affected iPhone models from its official online and offline sales platforms in China.
Qualcomm and Apple disagree about whether the court order means iPhone sales must be halted.
The two patents have to do with resizing photographs, and managing apps on a phone's touch screen.
Apple has since asked the courts to reconsider the decision, arguing that an ongoing ban on iPhone smartphones would cost the Chinese government millions in lost tax revenue and suppliers in the country millions in lost revenue.
The chipmaker claims it is out billions of dollars of royalties from Apple's suppliers while the hardware giant warns of major disruptions to mobile phone makers who could be subject to a costly licensing regime if Qualcomm gets its way.
On Monday the Fuzhou Intermediate Peoples Court in China banned the import and sale of select iPhones due to a lawsuit between Qualcomm and Apple.
The patent infringement suits are seen as Qualcomm's way of getting back at Apple, after the latter sued it in the USA in January 2017 for allegedly overcharging on patents. "Qualcomm's effort to ban our products is another desperate move by a company whose illegal practices are under investigation by regulators around the world", Apple originally said. While the court order doesn't make specific reference to the software of the banned devices, Apple does have a leg to stand on.
Now, Apple is saying China's latest ruling could influence a broader global conflict.
Like Apple, Chinese smartphone makers had argued for years that Qualcomm - which owns a swathe of patents essential to modern wireless communications - is abusing its position and levying punitive fees.