Amid reports that Apple has ramped up iPhone 5S production, it has been revealed that 300,000 Foxconn workers are churning out half a million iPhone 5S units every single day.
Apple is reportedly bringing more contract manufacturing partners onboard as it looks to increase production of the iPhone 5c and iPad mini to meet rising demand.
You didn’t really think Apple was going to let Samsung “get away” with the latest Galaxy Note 12.2-centric rumor avalanche, did you? Not when the alleged “iPad Maxi” has gone hand in hand with the largest ever GNote for many months now.
Apple is reportedly going to unveil and subsequently release two new iPhones next month. As per a new report, Foxconn has received the green light from Apple to start mass producing both iPhones, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C to be precise.
It is being reported that Foxconn, one of Apple’s biggest suppliers based in China, is hiring 90,000 new workers as it looks forward to begin mass production of Apple’s next generation iPhone, the iPhone 5S.
China Labor Watch levies serious allegations at Apple supplier Pegatron, while Apple stands by its supplier oversight policy.
Foxconn, the biggest manufacturer of Apple products, has reportedly initiated a hiring spree. This is believed to be an indication that iPhone 5S mass production has begun.
Mozilla and its partners have indicated that they intend to compete in the smartphone space, but a recent report suggests that Firefox OS tablets are also a high priority.
The Taiwanese manufacturer, Hon Hai aka Foxconn, will hire almost 3000 engineers to work on the development of the devices powered by the Firefox OS.
According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Apple may be giving the task of producing its upcoming low-cost iPhone to Taiwanese company Pegatron. This, of course, breaks the long standing monopoly that the Taiwan based company Foxconn had on manufacturing iPhone devices. According to the Journal, this move will give Apple a chance
Three workers at the Foxconn factory have jumped to their deaths in three weeks
Foxconn, otherwise known as Hon Hai Precision Industry, is hoping to make an agreement with Indonesia to make up for falling Apple smartphone demand.
Foxconn has entered into a patent agreement with Microsoft ensuring that devices powered by Google's Android and Chrome operating systems will pay royalties to Microsoft.
Foxconn, otherwise known as Hon Hai Precision Industry, has posted its financial results for the first quarter of the year, showing a decline in sales thanks to weaker than expected demand for Apple's iPhone.
Chinese manufacturing firm Foxconn, best known for making Apple's popular iPhone and iPad ranges, has announced plans to allow staff to elect union representatives, the latest in a series of changes at the company aimed at improving working conditions and the firm's ailing reputation.
Apple has discovered 74 underage workers at one of its suppliers in China as part of a latest round of audits, resulting in the iPhone maker ending its relationship with the company.
Foxconn, best known for assembling Apple's iPhone and iPad products, is under investigation in China over allegations that it looked for bribes from suppliers.
In a recent report released by Morgan Stanley's head Apple analyst, sales for Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and so forth will be doing far better than predicted. Morgan Stanley’s Apple Analyst, Katy Huberty, issued the report for Morgan Stanley investors on Thursday, November 15th, 2012.
Foxconn has closed one of its factories in China after an estimated 2,000 employees were involved in a brawl at one of the firm's dormitories.
Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM) says that Foxconn hasn't cleaned up their act, following the company’s promise to improve conditions for their workers.