Apple is said to be in no rush to tweak its supply chain soon.
TSMC and Hon Hai record near-6% growth in November revenue.
Last year, the Taiwanese company amassed a bigger market value than its U.S. rival for the first time.
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Foxconn’s moves are likely to add to the gloom enveloping Apple and suppliers for the iPhone, its most important product.
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Voters delivered President Tsai Ing-wen’s party a resounding defeat in local elections, ousting it from several key strongholds.
The main assembler of iPhones reported net income of NT$24.9 billion ($806 million) in the September quarter.
The U.K. company submitted patents for a “wearable air purifier” this year.
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The speech comes as tensions between Beijing and both Taipei and its security guarantor, the US, reach their highest in years.
Cyber-enthusiasts from India to the U.S. routinely expose loopholes in websites and software, earning small financial rewards.
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There’ll be a new high-end iPhone, internally dubbed D33, with a display that measures about 6.5-inch diagonally.
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Apple’s new MacBook will look similar to the current MacBook Air, but will include thinner bezels around the screen.
Europe, Mexico and Southeast Asia are among the options
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