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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."
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.
The iPhone 6s is replacing the iPhone SE for local production and sales. It's expected to be more popular and save Apple from more taxes.
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.
Apple's manufacturing partner in India has worked on producing the iPhone SE for domestic consumers. With import taxes rising, this could be a good salve on the price of the popular iPhone model.
Apple has invested with a partner to build and run a factory in India just so it can sell its own phones in the country. It might put the factory to better use than it currently does.
Industry reports claim that counterfeit parts were used in the waterproofing of the phone, leading Apple to punish the assembler.
Another four-inch iPhone is coming our way fairly soon, according to industry sources. And a lot of them will come out of India.
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 faster Touch ID sensor, same form factor and a new point of origin. But when will it come and how much will an iPhone SE 2 cost?
Sources say that the company, with manufacturer Wistron, is also making iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s devices from a plant in Bangalore.
Apple wants to sell its iPhones directly to consumers. It's working on factories with a partner firm, but it wants permission to sell cheaper phones.
After years of tough negotiations, both Apple and the Indian government seem to suggest a deal to locally build iPhones is almost in place.
Yes, there is a market for phones that are just too big to fit your hand, and both Microsoft and Nokia have been experimenting with the concept. We’ve seen the decent success that 6-inch devices like the Nokia Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320 have met, and if you thought that that’s as big as Windows Phones would get, you’re mistaken.
Taiwan-based ODM Wistron as just showed-off its “Tiger” smartphone at Computex today, and boy is this device big. It sports a gigantic 6.45-inch display, and aside from its huge aspect, it also rocks some decent [...]