Foxconn's Shenzhen facilities are now open again despite COVID-19 measures. Here are all the details on this.
The production of iPhones could be in for a big hit if Apple supplier Foxconn finds that it is forced to keep its Chinese factory closed for a prolonged period of time, according to a new report.
It appears Foxconn and Sharp still have plans to create thousands of jobs in the United States by opening an LCD manufacturing plant, as per one Sharp executive.
Apple has been in dialog with both Foxconn and Pegatron to look into the possibility of moving production of its iPhone and other devices from China to the United States.
I don't know about the rest of you, but I personally have a deep rooted inquisitive nature which makes me want to know what is going on in the world around me. I have a need and a thirst for knowledge, and because I have a passion for technology, I love to see the manufacturing process behind things. One of my favorite television shows which is aired daily in the United Kingdom via satellite TV is 'How it's Made' and basically goes through the full process about how everyday products are produced which is like some kind of heaven to me.
Another day, another iPhone 5 rumor! According to a new report published today, there are as many as 150,000 units of the iPhone 5 being produced daily at Foxconn’s factories in Taiwan.
Taiwan-based suppliers are said to be readying parts for next-generation iOS devices, namely the iPhone 5 and the next-generation iPad. According to this source, we should see both devices in September or October, although it's doubtful that we'll see an iPad 3 this year. Yet, the next iPad might sport a higher-resolution screen, according to this report.
According to yet another report, Apple plans to double its MacBook Air production starting next month. This major increase is...