Apple's main assembly partner, Foxconn, is indeed planning to make some form of investment in the U.S., but the exact details are yet to be finalized, the latter company's chairman confirmed on Friday.
A Taiwanese billionaire who pledged to invest billions of dollars to create jobs in the United States after President Trump was elected spent more than two hours visiting White House officials on Thursday. Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou, whose company manufactures the Apple iPhone in China, declined to confirm whether he met with Trump, when asked by […]
Terry Gou, chairman of Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn, will reportedly meet with President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, where the pair are likely to discuss U.S. job creation and a pending bid for Toshiba's chip business.
President Trump has been critical of Apple’s foreign manufacturing practices in the past and has called on Apple to build its products in the United States. Now, Trump is set to meet with one of Apple’s top manufacturing partners, Foxconn. more…
Terry Gou, the chairman of Foxconn, is expected to meet with President Donald Trump on Thursday in Washington, Nikkei reported on Thursday, citing sources familiar with the plan. Foxconn is Apple's primary iPhone factory partner, and employs more than 1 million people in China who assemble iPhones as well as electronics for other companies. Show More Summary
Chinese blog Mic Gadget is saying that everyone else has Apple’s 2017 iPhone plans wrong, claiming that their “friends from Foxconn” shared news that the company is planning to release just two iPhone 8 models and no iPhone 7s or 7s Plus. Show More Summary
A purported Foxconn CNC model of the "iPhone 8" has surfaced online -- but as with the diagrams leaked over the last two weeks, there is no way to tell how accurate the model is, or if it is even close to what Apple will ship.
A joint venture of Softbank, Foxconn Technologies, and Bharti Enterprises has announced that it has commissioned the world’s seventh largest solar power project in India. Softbank Joint Venture SB Energy Commissions 350 Megawatt Solar...Show More Summary
iPhone assembler Foxconn Technology is pushing to build its own brands and product lines. Its first bet: Making Sharp TVs cool in China.
A fund backed by the Japanese government has hinted that it may try to prevent Apple supplier Foxconn’s attempt to take control of Toshiba’s chip-making division. It has been variously reported that Foxconn is seeking either an outright purchase of the division, or a controlling stake – possibly with Apple’s assistance … more… Filed under: Apple
Apple Inc is considering teaming up with its supplier Foxconn to bid for Toshiba Corp's semiconductor business, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported on Friday - the latest twist in the sale of the world's second-biggest flash memory chipmaker. Show More Summary
Apple is considering teaming up with supplier Foxconn to bid for struggling Toshiba's semiconductor business, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported.
Apple is reportedly considering partnering up with Foxconn in hopes of increasing its chances of closing the deal with Toshiba for its memory business.
Apple Inc. may be teaming up with key supplier Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., more commonly known as Foxconn, to bid for a significant portion of Toshiba Corp.’s semiconductor business. Toshiba has faced tough financial difficulties...Show More Summary
iPhone-assembler Foxconn may be about to get some help from none other than Apple in its quest to buy Toshiba’s chipmaking business. Apple is reportedly considering whether to make a huge multi-billion dollar investment in the world’s second-largest memory chip maker. Show More Summary
Following earlier confusion about whether Apple or Foxconn was bidding for a stake in Toshiba’s chip-making division, it appears that the answer could be ‘both.’ Reuters cites a report by public broadcaster NHK that Apple would be making...Show More Summary
According to the latest industry whispers surrounding the sale Toshiba's semiconductor unit, Apple is considering investing several billion dollars in a bid that would give it and partner investor Foxconn a more than 20 percent stake in the business.
Early Thursday morning, a photograph that supposedly shows Apple's iPhone 8 schematics was posted on Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo. The photo was supposedly taken of a computer screen inside one of Foxconn's factories, and it seemingly shows 3D renders of the iPhone 8 along with dimensions for the length, width, and height. Show More Summary