According to the Wall Street Journal, Foxconn is in the process of biding for Sharp to replace them for producing iPhone displays. This merge would settle Sharp’s debt to Foxconn, and would have the company to take over Sharp in a bid for $5.3 billion.
With a lot of past rumors about the iPhone 6c coming out being wrong, many don’t have high hopes for the rumored device to actually hit store shelves. However, it seems that quite a bit of rumors keep reiterating the colorful 4-inch iPhone to come out next year during February. Read more
In recent news regarding Foxconn, the company made a recent deal and signed a contract deal with India’s Maharashtra state to invest billions of monetary units over a five-year time span on a new electronic manufacturing facility, which could produce future iPhones.
A new rumor comes in from a source that is dedicated to leaking some of the latest news on Apple’s products, and describes some interesting stuff on Apple’s latest iPhone 6s, which is slated to land in September that is if delays don’t hold the anticipated device back.
In recent news, many source have noticed the amount of workers that Pegatron has been hiring. As of course, this leads to the iPhone 6s and its production, since it is speculated to land sometime around this September. Read more
We will obviously provide all readers with the most updated news on Apple’s handsets or smartphones. In addition to that, we found some interesting info on what an analyst believes might happen with Apple’s iPhone 6c unit.
Recently, Hon Hai pulled in NT$30.39 billion which is around $998 million, this was in net profits during the March quarter, which The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. Facing pressure from asset manager BlackRock, which they increased their dividend payout from NT$1.80 per share to NT$3.80, or from roughly 6 cents to 12 cents. Read more
In recent news, according to one of Apple’s partners, the company’s choice to award production contracts for their new “A9” chip to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. — rather than single-sourcing parts from Samsung — was the result of a planned lobbying effort from Taiwanese firms. Read more
In recent news, according to an updated support pages document, hardware manufacturers responsible for supplying Apple’s official Lightning to USB cable accessory have moved production beyond China and into Brazil and Vietnam. Read more
In recent news, Bloomberg reported that “Consumers will be able to take older iPhones to Apple stores in China for credit against the company’s products as soon as March 31, the people said, asking not to be identified as the details aren’t public.”
The publication site went on to say “Foxconn Technology Group will buy and re-sell the phones as part of the program, one of the people said. Natalie Kerris, an Apple representative, didn’t respond to a request for comment. Foxconn declined to comment.” Read more