Apple COO Jeff Williams will reportedly be meeting with Foxconn chairman Terry Gou when he visits Taiwan later this month, where he's expected to bring up the topic of production bottlenecks hurting the iPhone X.
Jeff Williams, Apple’s COO will reportedly visit TSMC this month for the suppliers 30th anniversary. While Williams is traveling, he is also expected to discuss iPhone X production issues with Foxconn chairman Terry Gou. more…
While Apple's troubles with the iPhone 8 (which is being outsold by the iPhone 7) have been duly discussed in recent days and largely ignored by Wall Street, whose hopes remain pinned on the iPhone X, the latest update from DigiTimes...Show More Summary
The $64,000 question of the moment seems to be: How well (or badly) is the iPhone 8 selling? We’ve been hearing conflicting answers. A KGI report stated that the iPhone 8 Plus, at least, was selling better than expected. Foxconn financials also seemed to support that idea. But there have been more negative reports than positive ones. Show More Summary
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Wisconsin’s efforts to bring a $10 billion Foxconn Technology Group plant to the state has hit a snag, though supporters of the deal said they believe it will still come together.
Leaders of Gov. Scott Walker's job creation agency have delayed a vote on a contract with Foxconn Technology Group while they deal with a problem in the language. The Wisconsin … Click to Continue »
The leaders of Gov. Scott Walker's job creation agency are set to get an update on contract negotiations with Foxconn Technology Group. The Taiwanese electronics giant wants to build a … Click to Continue »
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Apple's main assembly partner, Foxconn, recently sent out its first shipment of the iPhone X -- but that batch included just 46,500 units, according to one report.
The first batch of iPhone X units have finally been shipped out of China, according to local site Xinhuanet. They are said to be destined for two different countries, with a combined shipment of just 46,500 phones. This is (fairly obviously) reported to be a much smaller batch than that for previous models … more…
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's job-creation agency is set to meet behind closed doors next week to continue discussions on a contract with Foxconn Technology Group.
iPhone assembler Foxconn has reported revenues of NT$451.04B (US$14.83B) for September, up 42.4% on the previous month, but down 3.7% year-on-year. What’s interesting about this is what it appears to indicate about iPhone 8 sales … more…
A Foxconn Medical Group official says no decision will be made on whether the electronics giant will open a secondary facility in Wisconsin until next year.
The municipalities where Foxconn Technology Group plans to build a massive manufacturing plant in southeast Wisconsin are providing $764 million to help complete the project. The Journal Sentinel reports that … Click to Continue »
Last week, a Milwaukee-based research nonprofit called the Public Policy Forum published a report determining how “innovative” the metropolitan area’s economy is as it gets ready for Foxconn to call one of its suburbs home. So is Milwaukee’s economy innovative? It depends on who you ask. An established life sciences company might say yes, considering that […]
Taiwanese technology manufacturer Foxconn will locate its new sprawling manufacturing complex in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin. (Oct. 4)
Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group says it plans to locate a display screen factory in the southeastern Wisconsin village of Mount Pleasant.
Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group says it plans to locate a display screen factory in the southeastern Wisconsin village of Mount Pleasant. The exact site was announced by local … Click to Continue »