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Alleged 'iPhone 7' prototype sticker points to 32GB of storage on base models

A sticker claimed to be from a returned "iPhone 7" prototype at Foxconn may reinforce rumors that Apple is raising base storage on the device to 32 gigabytes.

News: Apple investigating after two Foxconn employees died last week

Apple partner Foxconn said two workers at one of its manufacturing facilities died last week, The Wall Street Journal reports. A 31-year-old employee at the Zhengzhou plant that specializes in production of Apple devices climbed to the...Show More Summary

Apple investigating deaths of two Foxconn workers amid overtime controversy

Apple is said to be seeking more information on the deaths of two workers from Foxconn’s iPhone assembly line in Zhengzhou, China. The WSJ reports that one death was an apparent suicide, the other an accident. more… Filed under: App...

Apple supplier Foxconn reveals two worker deaths took place last week

Apple manufacturer Foxconn is back in the news after acknowledging the death of two of its factory workers in China last week — coming at a time when the company is pushing hard to improve labor conditions and its reputation. Foxconn...Show More Summary

Deaths of Foxconn Employees Highlight Pressures Faced by China's Factory Workers

The deaths of two workers employed by Foxconn at Apple’s main site for iPhone production in Zhengzhou, China, are a reminder of the stresses and hazards that can come with the factory jobs promoted to poor Chinese as a ticket to the middle class.

Foxconn acknowledges deaths of two workers from Apple-focused Zhengzhou plant

On Monday Apple's primary manufacturing partner, Foxconn, disclosed the deaths of two workers from its Apple-oriented Zhengzhou factory, though there don't appear to be any immediate links to conditions at the plant.

Foxconn says two employees at China plant died; cooperating with investigations

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Foxconn, which assembles Apple Inc products, said on Monday two workers at its manufacturing facilities in China died last week, even as the company made efforts to improve labor conditions that came under scrutiny after a spate of suicides in recent years.

The Real Cost Of The iPhone 7: More Foxconn Worker Deaths

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 might be the talk of the town right now, butin a couple of weeks, that conversation will undoubtedly shift to the iPhone 7. And while Apple's upcomingdevice will very likely not be abig upgrade over the iPhone 6S, it's still going to sell very well nonetheless, [...]

Chinese Company to Invest $175 Mln Into Indian Rival to WhatsApp

Chinese firm Tencent and Foxconn decided to invest 175 million dollars in India's homegrown messenger service “Hike.” It is one of largest capital injections ever for an Indian internet project. Following this investment, Hike is now valued close to 1.4 Billion dollars.

India's WhatsApp Rival Hike Valued at $1.4 Billion

Indian messaging app startup Hike says it has raised $175 million in a fundraising round led by Chinese internet giant Tencent and Taiwanese electronics assembler Foxconn.

Hike Messenger Raises a Series D Financing of Over $175M Led by Tencent and Foxconn

Hike Messenger, India’s only homegrown messaging platform and the largest Indian internet company by users, announced that it has raised a Series

India’s WhatsApp rival Hike raises $175M led by Tencent at a $1.4B valuation

India has a new tech unicorn. Hike, a four-year-old messaging app, today announced that it has closed $175 million in funding led by new investors Tencent and Foxconn. The Series D round values the company at $1.4 billion, founder and CEO Kavin Bharti Mittal confirmed to TechCrunch. Read More

Sharp shares up more than 10 percent after Foxconn completes stake purchase

TOKYO (Reuters) - Shares of Sharp Corp soared more than 10 percent in early trade on Monday after the company said that Taiwan's Foxconn completed its takeover. Sharp on Friday said that Foxconn completed the 388.8 billion yen ($3.84...Show More Summary

Foxconn's Profits Slide 31% as iPhone Sales Continue to Drop

Following in line with a slump in iPhone sales, Apple manufacturer Foxconn recently reported a 31 percent decline in profits in the second quarter of 2016. For the full quarter, ending in June, Foxconn was said to have amassed a net profit of 17.7 billion New Taiwan dollars, down from NT$25.7 billion a year earlier. Show More Summary

Apple manufacturer Foxconn posts drop in profit with blame unclear

Foxconn continues to post disappointing earnings reports in 2016, with analysts pointing to the decrease in iPhone orders as the prime culprit -- but the actual reason isn't clear, according to the company.

Foxconn Completes Acquisition of Sharp

The iPhone assembler completed its $3.8 billion deal to buy Sharp, setting the stage for Taiwanese tycoon Terry Gou to begin restructuring efforts to turn around the troubled Japanese company.

iPhone suppliers still hurting: Foxconn profits down 31%, Japan Display seeks govt bailout

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iPhone assembler Foxconn has reported a 31% drop in its Q2 net profit, a hit being attributed to the recent decline in iPhone sales. The company reported net profits of NT$17.7B ($566) against analyst expectations of NT$23.9B, reports...Show More Summary

iPhone manufacturing giant Foxconn adds screen-making to its arsenal

Foxconn's $3.8 billion acquisition of Sharp recently passed anti-trust scrutiny in China and will now proceed as planned, according to a report from Reuters. In a statement made on the mater earlier today, Foxconn said that the two companies...Show More Summary

Foxconn Gets China OK for Sharp Deal; Profit Slumps

Foxconn reported a 31% decline in second-quarter net profit, as iPhone sales have slumped in a maturing market.

Apple partner Foxconn's $3.8B Sharp buyout approved by China

After months of speculation and delays, the Chinese anti-monopoly agency has approved the $3.8 billion merger between Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn and display technology company Sharp.

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