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Apple ups U.S. manufacturing fund to $5 billion, expects to create 20,000 new jobs over 5 years

Building on prior announcements of its plans to invest in U.S. manufacturing and job creation, Apple today announced that it will increase its Advanced Manufacturing Fund from $1 billion to $5 billion, create 20,000 new jobs, and contribute over $350 billion to the U.S. economy over the next five years. Made public just ahead of […]

Apple ready to expand Advanced Manufacturing Fund beyond $1B, COO says

After Apple announced plans to infuse $390 million into U.S. firm Finisar as part of its $1 billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund, COO Jeff Williams commented on the company's investment strategy, saying the figure is "absolutely not" a final cap.

Apple Invests $390 Million in Laser Tech

The money will come out of Apple's $1 billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund earmarked for American companies.

Apple just confirmed how important the iPhone X’s 3D camera really is

Apple on Wednesday announced that it’s awarding Finisar $390 million from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund. That’s an impressive investment in a critical supplier, following the $200 million that Apple awarded to Corning in May from the...Show More Summary

Apple’s $390M deal with Finisar is advance orders, not investment; helps lock out competitors

Finisar has clarified that the $390M contribution from Apple’s Advanced Manufacturing Fund announced yesterday is not an investment in the company, but rather an agreed payment for anticipated future orders. The company makes vertical-cavity...Show More Summary

Jeff Williams says Apple is prepared to invest more than $1B in US manufacturers

Earlier today, Apple announced that it is investing $390 million in U.S. manufacturer Finisar as part of its billion dollar Advanced Manufacturing Fund. Speaking to CNBC, however, Apple COO Jeff Williams says we shouldn’t read too much into that $1 billion fund… more…

Apple invests $390 million into Face ID and AirPod tech

Apple has made another investment with its Advanced Manufacturing Fund (AMF), awarding Finisar $390 million. If the name doesn't sound familiar, its work will. Finisar is the company behind the iPhone X's Face ID, Animoji and Portrait mode for selfies -- all of which rely on vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSEL). Show More Summary

Apple invests $390M in US maker of iPhone X’s Face ID lasers

Apple Inc. will invest $390 million in Finisar Corp., an American optics company that produces components for iPhone X’s facial recognition technology. The investment comes from Apple’s $1 billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund, which aims to create more manufacturing jobs in the U.S. Show More Summary

Apple pours cash into Finisar, which makes facial recognition tech

Apple Inc. has made its second notable investment this week — this time in facial recognition technology company Finisar Corp. The $390-million investment announced Wednesday comes from Apple's $1-billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund, created to finance the work of domestic manufacturers and create...

Apple pours cash into Finisar, which makes facial recognition tech

Apple Inc. has made its second notable investment this week — this time in facial recognition technology company Finisar Corp. The $390-million investment announced Wednesday comes from Apple's $1-billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund, created to finance the work of domestic manufacturers and create...

Apple plows $390M into Finisar facial recognition, 500+ jobs

SHERMAN, Texas (AP) — Apple is investing $390 million in Finisar, a company that makes lasers used in facial recognition technology. It's the latest investment from Apple's $1 billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund, created to finance the...Show More Summary

Apple invests $390 million in maker of depth-sensing chips for iPhone X

Apple has announced a second major investment from its $1 billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund that it launched back in May. Finisar, a Sunnyvale, California-headquartered optical components company, will receive a $390 million grantShow More Summary

Apple invests $390 million in US manufacturer Finisar, maker of VCSEL lasers used in iPhone X and AirPods

As part of its billion dollar Advanced Manufacturing Fund, which supports domestic US manufacturing, Apple has announced a $390 million investment into Finisar. This follows a $200 million Corning investment earlier this year. AppleShow More Summary

Apple invests $390 million into laser chipmaker Finisar

The company made the investment via its $1 billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund, reports CNBC. Finisar makes some of the VCSEL (vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser) chips found in the iPhone X and Apple’s AirPods wireless earbuds.Show More Summary

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8 months agoAcademics : Nature

The News story ‘How Trump’s science cuts could hurt his supporters’ (Nature545, 273–274; 2017) misstated the number of advanced manufacturing institutes funded by the US government — there are 14, not 9. The graphic also gave the funding amounts in US$

Analysts say Apple’s Corning investment signals future AR glasses & wireless charging tech

8 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

This week, Apple announced that it would be investing $200 million in glass supplier Corning as part of its new Advanced Manufacturing Fund. While the investment may seem straightforward on the surface, invest in a glass company for screens, analysts believe that it actually goes much deeper than that… more…

Apple Invests $200 Million in Corning, First Investment From $1 Billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund

Apple press release: Apple today announced Corning Incorporated will receive $200 million from Apple’s new Advanced Manufacturing Fund as part of he company’s commitment to foster innovation among American manufacturers. The investment will support Corning’s R&D, capital equipment needs and state-of-the-art glass processing. Show More Summary

Gorilla Glass maker Corning receives $200 million from Apple

8 months agoTechnology / Apple : ZDNet Apple

The investment is part of the Cupertino tech giant's $1 billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund.

Gorilla Glass maker Corning gets $200 million from Apple’s US manufacturing investment fund

Apple made news and scored some positive PR earlier this month when the company announced a $1 billion fund aimed at investing in US-based manufacturing. Now its is ready to announce the first big investment from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund. Show More Summary

Corning Rising As Apple Invests: Wells Ups Target to $29

Corning shares got a bump up in price target at Wells Fargo to $29 after Apple said it will invest $200 million in the company as part of something Apple calls an "Advanced Manufacturing Fund" to promote U.S. manufacturing.

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