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In the wake of reports that Apple would begin manufacturing some of their Mac computers in the US starting in 2013, Foxconn Technology Group has announced plans to expand their North American operations.
One Chinese-language newspaper has started this week strong, making some rather bold claims about the future of a few Apple devices that seem pretty tough to believe.
A manufacturing company best known for its work on Apple's iPad and iPhone, as well as multiple inquiries into working conditions and employee welfare at its plants, is rumored to be heading to the West.
Supply and demand: It’s a deceptively simple notion. It’s one thing to be unable to get products in customers’ hands because demand is so high. It’s another to be unable supply products because your factory can’t churn out enough product.
Foxconn, the world’s largest manufacturer of electronic products, including Apple’s iPad and iPhone, has found itself in hot water once more regarding labor and hiring processes, an issue which they’ve all but become synonymous with.
It was only last week that the Wall Street Journal ran a story confirming Asian suppliers have already begun “mass production” of the rumored iPad Mini.
Representatives from a Taiwanese electronics manufacturing company are denying reports that workers have gone on strike and have been disrupting the facility's production of the Apple iPhone.
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