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Apple's top-end iPhone series will be assembled in India in 2019: Report

Apple iPhones to be made in India from 2019? Foxconn will be assembling the most expensive models, such as devices in the flagship iPhone X family

Apple iPhone supplier Foxconn is said to plan deep cost cuts

Foxconn Technology Group, Apple's iPhone assembler aims to cut 20 billion yuan ($2.9 billion) from expenses in 2019, the company plans to eliminate about 10 per cent of non-technical staff


Apple finds Foxconn interns worked illegal overtime on iPhone X

Apple supplier Foxconn has reportedly employed thousands of students to assemble iPhone X who are being forced to work overtime, media reported.

Wisconsin Senate approves $3 billion incentive for Foxconn plans

The bill approved on a bipartisan 64-31 vote would make $2.85 billion available to Foxconn Technology Group in cash payments if it invests $10 billion and hires 13,000 workers. The Wisconsin Senate approved the proposal Tuesday.

Foxconn details plan to buy Toshiba arm with Apple, SoftBank support

aiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group is pressing its case to acquire Toshiba Corp.’s memory chips unit, as the Japanese conglomerate struggles to complete the sale and avoid having its shares delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

Apple supplier Foxconn to build $10 billion LCD display factory in Wisconsin

Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn said it plans to build three facilities in the U.S. state of Wisconsin for operation as early as next year, as part of a campus housing a $10 billion liquid crystal display (LCD) factory due for 2020.


Apple may skirt iPhone tariffs as Foxconn comes to the US

Apple Inc. likes to say it supports 2 million US jobs. Plans by the company’s main manufacturing partner for a $10 billion factory in Wisconsin will add at least 10,000 more, helping Apple fend off the threat of import tariffs on its most important product, the iPhone.

Apple manufacturers Foxconn, Compal and others join fight against Qualcomm

Apple Inc. and its Asian contract manufacturers are hitting back at Qualcomm Inc. with legal claims. Qualcomm is asking for payments in excess of what it would normally receive, Apple, Compal Electronics Inc., Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. and others said early Wednesday in court filings.

Foxconn says Apple, Dell join its bid for Toshiba chip business

Apple Inc and Dell will join a Foxconn-led consortium bidding for Toshiba Corp's highly prized chip unit, said Terry Gou, CEO of the world's largest contract electronics manufacturer. The firm is also in discussions with Google, Microsoft and Cisco about their participation in the bid.

China seeks safe steering of bike-sharing boom to clear cluttered streets

China published draft guidelines to regulate the booming bicycle-sharing industry who have cluttered up sidewalks with bikes despite raising millions in funding.