We haven't yet known much about the smartphones HMD and Foxconn will be designing and manufacturing for Nokia, but one reputable source is helping paint the first of a very nice picture. NokiaPowerUser reports that Nokia has 2 high-end Android devices in the works.
China is the single most populated country in the world, and is an absolute powerhouse in the Global technology market as a hub for manufacturing and development. One of China’s largest companies, Foxconn, is partnering with French startup...Show More Summary
Besides the billions of dollars Microsoft lost on the Nokia deal and its subsequent fall-out, one of the very real costs is of course to the job security of tens of thousands of people who used to work for Nokia and then Microsoft Mobile. Microsoft recently announced that they would be closing their factories in […]
The iPhone 7 will reportedly not come with a wide array of bells and whistles, but it will at the very least address a longstanding concern that iPhone users have had to deal with -- the lack of adequate storage. DON'T MISS: FoxconnShow More Summary
With iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (or iPhone 7 Pro?) production now reportedly underway, we've seen a number of leaks and rumors that have painted a fairly clear picture of what we can expect from this year's new iPhone models. In fact,...Show More Summary
The Taiwanese company, which assembles most of Apple’s iPhones, plans a Hong Kong offering for its cable and connector unit.
A Digitimes report claims that Apple suppliers are facing pressure from Apple to reduce costs, with major players like Foxconn and Pegatron affected. Apple is in some cases adding suppliers into the mix to help drive down pricing. It...Show More Summary
Foxconn Technology Group plans to close inefficient subsidiaries at Sharp after completing its $3.5 billion acquisition of the unprofitable Japanese electronics maker.
The firm ends manufacturing deals with Foxconn and Arima due to lack of fiscal incentives and the country's current economic scenario Sony has decided to stop manufacturing smartphones in Brazil due to lack of fiscal incentives and the...Show More Summary
The iPhone 7 will likely end up being very similar to the iPhone 6s in terms of overall design. But existing leaks suggest there are plenty of significant differences, including redesigned antennas on the back, a new home button concept, the exclusion of a headphone jack, and new cameras on both the 4.7-inch and the 5.5-inch iPhones. Show More Summary
With WWDC 2016 about to kick off, there's more bad news for the iPhone.
The chairman of Hon Hai -- better known as Foxconn -- is reportedly telling subordinates that demand for Apple iPhones will stay weak until early next year, despite an anticipated fall launch for new models.
A couple of weeks after suggesting that Apple is moving to a three-year cycle on major iPhone updates, Nikkei is back with another pessimistic report. Citing an unnamed source ‘at a major supplier,’ the piece predicts that total iPhone...Show More Summary
There is no need to worry about whether robots might start taking our jobs. It's already happening. Three of the world's 10 largest employers are already replacing tens of thousands of their workers with robots: Foxconn, a key manufacturing...Show More Summary
Reuters said last week that Apple was planning a $1B bond launch in Taiwan – home to iPhone assembler Foxconn – and it now reports that the sale has gone live. more… Filed under: AAPL Company
If an unconfirmed Reuters report is correct, Apple could be tapping Taiwan for more than just components and assembly – it is also looking to raise capital from the island. Apple Inc plans to issue bonds in Taiwan for the first timeShow More Summary
The South China Morning Post reports that iPhone maker Foxconn has replaced more than half of its workforce with robots since the launch of the iPhone 6. The figures were provided by the local government in Kunshan, where the company is based. Show More Summary
Foxconn Technology Group has become the latest in a str […]
The robots are coming; heck, in many heavy manufacturing industries, they’re already here. Last year infamous tech manufacturing giant Foxconn announced a plan to heavily automate its workforce, and this week we got the first signs that Apple and Samsung’s chief manufacturing partner has initiated its promised robot revolution, with reports that it has replaced upwards […]
YouTube Apple and Samsung supplier Foxconn has let go of some 60,000 workers and replaced them with robots, according to reports. According to a government official quoted in the South China Morning Post, one of the factories run byShow More Summary