Foxconn Could Move Some IPad And MacBook Production To Vietnam

Foxconn could move some iPad and MacBook production to Vietnam

by Amelia Scott — 3 years ago in Gadgets < 1 min. read

After a petition from Apple, Foxconn may be shifting production from China for a few iPad and MacBook versions according to a report by Reuters. The new assembly lines are located in Vietnam.

As a recent study from The Data emphasized, the two companies are connected. The Taiwanese maker is Apple’s most important manufacturing spouse. Apple can also be Foxconn’s most important client. If it comes to raw numbers, Foxconn is earning 60% to 70 percent of iPhones, Apple’s most important item.

Over the last couple of decades, Apple has attempted to diversify its supply chain in two big ways. First, Apple is attempting to work together with other production businesses, for example Luxshare Precision Industry and Wistron.

Secondly, Apple is hoping to manufacture its goods in various nations. New tariffs and import restrictions have left this problem more pressing.
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According to Reuters, Apple requested Foxconn to move a few iPad and MacBook meeting to Vietnam. The meeting line ought to be functioning at a certain stage throughout the first half of 2021.

Besides Vietnam, Foxconn additionally generates iPhone 11 apparatus in a plant near Chennai, India. Wistron also assembles iPhone versions in India. Foxconn has also fabricated some iPhone versions in Brazil.

Amelia Scott

Amelia is a content manager of The Next Tech. She also includes the characteristics of her log in a fun way so readers will know what to expect from her work.

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