India may be a great option for Apple and its iPhone production to avoid Trump´s possible tariffs and other political issues in China
Apple's contracted iPhone manufacturers are ready to face off with the chipmaker and perhaps rake up to $27 billion in damages if arguments go their way.
Apple is scrambling to update iPhones in China to avoid utilizing Qualcomm patents, but wants to fight off settlement and avoid "unrecoverable losses."
We have new revenue reports from Foxconn and TSMC that are more promising than what we have seen from other iPhone component suppliers
2019 will be challenging for the world's largest contract assembler of electronics as soft demand in the mobile market will force budget tightening.
The iPhone XR is not doing as well as investors have led us to think, at least for the current moment. It's especially hurting suppliers right now.
Taiwan smartphone shipments from brand manufacturers and ODMs have increased by 16 percent in the second quarter of 2018.
Rumors keep coming before the launch of many flagship smartphones, this time we get what could be the real first photo of the 6.1" iPhone
Foxconn is aiming to hire more workers for its production facilities in Zhengzhou, China, in order to manufacture the next-generation 2018 iPhone models.
500 jobs will be put in a seven-story building in downtown Milwaukee, most of them in administration while some will work on LCD technology.
Apple may want to manufacture around 80 million of those three 2018 iPhones, down 20 percent from the initial production target of the 2017 generation.
There's probably a Snapdragon 1000 on the way and you might want to stick around and see where it will appear. Also, the Pixel 3 will be made by Google... for reals... sorta.
LG and HTC are said to not be involved in the design process for this new generation of pure Google phones, but they will have provided key resources for the Pixel 3 by the time it will go public.
Industry sources say that Foxconn made most of its money in April from orders for non-consumer items and computing products.
Inspired by the Essential Phone rather than Apple's iPhone X, the 6-inch "edgeless" Sharp Aquos R2 packs a Snapdragon 845 processor and two somewhat unusual rear-facing cameras.
Foxconn-owned Sharp plans to take the old continent by storm before long, prepping Aquos S3 and S3 mini clones, as well as an entirely new flagship smartphone packing Snapdragon 845 processing power.
On this week's show: Huawei, Xiaomi, Apple and Acer have new hardware, Facebook has newly-revealed problems around the same old concerns and notches, people, notches, what more do you want?
Foxconn Interconnect Technology, a subsidiary of the world's largest contract electronics manufacturer, has "definitively" agreed to buy Belkin International for over $860 million in cash.
The display manufacturer is dropping older LCD technologies for the more efficient IGZO technology as part of its ongoing bid for Apple orders.
One of the assemblers is rumored to have shipped its first batch of one million units. At least nine more batches are said to come between Inventec and Foxconn before the end of the year.
The OLED iPhone display supply chain is about to get really crowded and competitive, with Sharp and JDI likely to throw their hats in the Samsung-dominated ring soon enough.
The Henan provincial government issued notices to send vocational students to the Foxconn factory for work experience, even if their vocation isn't related.
4.9 inches at 2032 x 1080. It's an oddity in display resolutions, but it's bright, it refreshes quick and it's on a small form factor smartphone.