Foxconn, Apple's manufacturing partner and the world's leading contract manufacturer, has confirmed plans to move some of its iPad and MacBook assembly from China to Vietnam at the request of the iPhone maker to minimize the impact of a China-US trade war.
Foxconn is allegedly testing foldable iPhone prototypes
According to a new Chinese report Monday, Apple's contract manufacturer Foxconn is currently stress-testing a foldable iPhone prototype with over 100,000 opening and closing tests.
Apple supply partner Foxconn may open a factory to build iPhones in Mexico
Apple itself has already started to branch out as far as its plans to manufacturer iPhones around the globe is concerned. Now, Foxconn and other supply partners are eyeing Mexico as another potential manufacturing location.
Apple manufactures planning for production levels to return to normal by the end of March
The unprecedented measures carried out by the Chinese government have contained the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, promoting Apple's contract manufacturers to start planning for their production levels to return to normal by the end of this month.
New report says Apple’s reliance on China for iPhone production probably isn’t fading anytime soon
Apple's reliance on Chinese supply partners and manufacturing arms is not a secret. And a new report suggests it's a reality that isn't going away anytime soon.
Coronavirus: Foxconn moves limited iPhone production to India and Taiwan as Zhenghzou plant reopens with only 10% of the workforce
iPhone manufacturer Foxconn is reportedly moving some limited Apple production to India and Taiwan in response to the coronavirus outbreak that has taken more than 900 lives worldwide.
China’s Foxconn factory halt could lead to ‘big production impact’ for Apple’s iPhone
Right now, China's Foxconn factories are shut down, meant to be a temporary response to the spreading coronavirus.
Foxconn looking into $43 million fraud ring that used defective iPhone parts
Counterfeit iPhones are a huge issue for Apple, and that's definitely the case when one of its biggest supply partner gets entangled in a fraud ring.
Apple and Foxconn may have violated Chinese labor law to manufacture new iPhones
On Tuesday, September 10, Apple is likely going to announce new iPhone models, all of which will probably go on sale later this month. In an effort to get those devices ready for launch, it turns out Apple and its manufacturing partner, Foxconn, may have broken the law.
Foxconn hiring additional staff ahead of 2019 iPhone production
A new report states that the 2019 iPhone lineup is about to go into mass production, and, like clockwork, one of Apple's primary supply partners is ramping up the hiring process.
All-new 16-inch Mac notebook could drop in October alongside refreshed Air and 13-inch Pro
According to a new supply chain report relayed this morning by Taiwanese media, Apple is definitely expected to release a brand-new notebook with a sixteen-inch display alongside refreshed MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops in October of this year.
Foxconn’s departing founder urges Apple to move manufacturing out of China to Taiwan
Terry Gou, the chairman and general manager of Apple's contract manufacturer Foxconn, has urged the California firm to move manufacturing out of China to neighboring Taiwan.