Government’s Make in India mission is set to get another push as applications for exports filed by iPhone manufacturers & Samsung, among others, have been approved.
Plus other gadget makers, too, we're told, amid China trade fears Taiwanese electronics manufacturers Foxconn and Pegatron are, along with other equipment makers, reportedly considering building factories in the sunny climes of Mexico.…
Apple has not yet signed off on tentative plans to shift manufacturing.
As antagonism between China and the West becomes entrenched, Foxconn and Pegatron are apparently thinking of opening branches in Mexico.
Foxconn is reportedly considering producing iPhones at the factory. | Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge A number of major Asian manufacturers such as Foxconn, Pegatron, and Luxshare are considering opening new factories in Mexico, Reuters reports, responding to the coronavirus pandemic and ongoing US-China trade war. Foxconn reportedly has plans to produce iPhones at the new factory, according to two Reuters sources, although Apple isn’t thought to be directly involved at this time. The plans are thought to have come in response to looming tariff barriers between the US and China. Reuters notes that locating factories in Mexico could allow companies to benefit from the new United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, allowing them to take advantage of tariff-free exports to the US under certain circumstances. The idea of encouraging firms... Continue reading…
So it's working really well As US President Trump pats himself on the back for disrupting Huawei's business outside of China, he may be interested to discover more and more smartphones purchased in the US are made in the Middle Kingdom.…
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Pegatron is a Taiwanese company that operates several factories in China where it assembles smartphones for Apple, besides designing and manufacturing computer peripherals and components.
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Low-Cost iPhone in March 2020: As we all are aware that iPhones are very expensive and looking at its high-cost people usually move to other smartphones.But now Apple suppliers have declared that they will begin the assembling of a new low-cost iPhone in February 2020, people familiar with the plan responded, as the company is looking forward to addressing a wider belt of the global smartphone market ahead of its 5G handsets later this year 2020.The Cupertino, California-based company is expected to officially make public the new phone as early as March.People also said that the assembly work for the new handset will be split among Hon Hai Precision Industry, Pegatron and Wistron.Read more: the latest tech updates
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Apple is exploring moving between 15 and 30 percent of its hardware production out of China, according to a new report by Nikkei.The company reportedly has a growing team looking into moving production, and has asked key manufacturing partners like Foxconn, Pegatron, and Wistron to evaluate the available options.The catalyst for the shift is the ongoing trade war between China and the US, which is expected to intensify at the end of this month with the introduction of 25 percent tariffs on devices including phones, laptops, and tablets.However, Apple reportedly wants to shift production regardless of whether the trade dispute gets resolved.”A lower birthrate, higher labor costs and the risk of overly centralizing its production in one country.These adverse factors are not going anywhere… with or without the final round of the $300 billion tariff,” one executive, apparently from an Apple supplier, told Nikkei.