Apple is experimenting with 12.5-inch OLED displays. Meanwhile, Foxconn has supposedly received an iWatch order for 1,000 units.
Apple doesn’t like OLED displays. Across the board, Apple uses LCD IPS displays in its devices, which have better color accuracy than OLED. Theoretically, though, OLED is better than LCD when it comes to power consumption, though… which is why a new report is floating the possibility that Apple might switch to OLED for the [...]Show More Summary
Development of Apple's rumored smart watch is allegedly gaining momentum, as a pair of new reports claim the company is testing 1.5-inch OLED screens for a wrist-worn device, and that Foxconn has been contracted to build a trial bat...
Three workers at Foxconn factories in China have fallen to their deaths in recent weeks and police are investigating, according to the company. On April 27 and May 14, two workers employed at the Foxconn factory in Zhengzhou, China, separately fell to their deaths, according to the Taiwanese manufacturing giant. Show More Summary
With a workforce of more than one million, the electronics giant Foxconn has enough workers in its Chinese factories to fill a small country. So it's fitting...
Foxconn is reported that it will need more time to reduce the amount of overtime staff. Initially it was assumed that to get rid of such a company will be able to practice on July 1, but we now know that this period is unlikely to be sustained. Show More Summary
The Fair Labor Association has released a report acknowledging that Foxconn and Apple are making progress on improving work conditions, but the companies are still exceeding working-hour laws. Apple and Foxconn have agreed to complyShow More Summary
The European Central Bank may begin to identify weak banks and deny them aid. (Reuters) Foxconn, once one of Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AAPL) largest suppliers, says it needs additional time to cut back worker overtime. (Reuters) Dell Inc.'s (NASDAQ: DELL) profits fall, but that may not stop the fight over its future ownership. Show More Summary
Employees at the Chinese factories of Apple supplier Foxconn continue to work beyond the country's legal limit of 49 hours a month, according to a report from the Fair Labor Association (FLA). But the Taiwanese manufacturer is making overall steady progress in improving the working conditions at a select group of factories in China, it said. Show More Summary
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Foxconn Technology Group said on Friday it needs more time to reduce overtime at its China factories after labor monitors appointed by top client Apple Inc said cutting workers' hours by a July 1 target would be a challenge.
With a workforce of more than one million, the electronics giant Foxconn has enough workers in its Chinese factories to fill a small country. So it’s fitting that the company has vowed to make its manufacturing kingdom a bit more democratic by encouraging union elections.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) does not have direct control of its suppliers, certainly, but it know full well that it is the outward face of the brand and the manufacturers of the pieces that go into making the iPhones, iPads and MacBooks that are in the market. As if you have been following us here at [...]
Hon Hai Precision Industry has made some strides toward improved labor conditions, according to a new report, but the Apple supplier is still working its employees more than Chinese labor law allows.
Workers at Apple Inc.’s largest supplier, Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd., are getting more involved in unions but still working more than Chinese labor law allows, according to a new investigation by the Fair Labor Association.
Foxconn's Hon Hai Precision Industry posted a 19.2 percent year-over-year decline in revenue for the first quarter, with sales likely affected by weak demand for Apple's iPhone 5, according to an analyst. The Taiwanese contract manufacturer...Show More Summary
Japan's Sharp booked another huge loss on Tuesday, and unveiled its latest turnaround plan, which includes relying on partnerships with Samsung Electronics and Foxconn Technology Group for business, sacking top management, and expanding into new fields such as robotics. Show More Summary
Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Foxconn, has long been Apple’s biggest manufacturing partner, with around 60-70% of its revenue coming from the Cupertino company. But local rival Pegatron is hoping to change that. By offering Apple more competitive prices and sacrificing its profit margins, Pegatron appears to be securing iPhone and iPad assembly [...]Show More Summary
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, the world's largest electronics contract manufacturer, faces growing competition from cross-town rival Pegatron Corp, a company that is just a quarter of its size by revenue. HonShow More Summary