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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."
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.
Components suppliers are reporting better sales for the month of July this year than they had last year, partly thanks to renewed iPhone 8 hype.
A unique, e-ink keyboard for Macs may not appear in color anytime soon while we may never get to see smart glasses from Apple...
Apple's largest contractor for assembling iPhones may be down with the idea of setting up shop in the US amid major political and economic pressures.
China Labor Watch analyzed the paystubs of workers at Pegatron's Shanghai complex and found that as local minimum wages went up, theirs went down.
Rumors out of China signal that Apple's subcontractors are hiring like crazy to fill the needs of a third iPhone 7 model this year, likely called the "Pro".
Apple recorded a 13 percent yearly drop in revenue last quarter. But some Taiwanese companies that supply parts for the iPhone have it worse.
Rumors are still on a rise when it comes to the launch of a next-generation iPhone 6 this June at WWDC. We’ve heard continuous rumors that the company may launch as many as two iPhones this summer, and we’ve even seen leaks that point to its design. Obviously the last piece left in the puzzle is for Apple to actually start manufacturing the iPhone 6 a couple of months early in order to meet demand, and that may also be ready.
Commercial Times is reporting that Pegatron is ready to begin production of the iPhone 6 in its new Kunshan, China plant. Pegatron was the [...]