Apple wants to switch from Taiwanese to Chinese suppliers to optimize expenses, but until that happens, the companies from the small island will keep posting impressive revenue. Such is the case with Foxconn, the primary iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max supplier - it reported 30% jump in September revenue to T$585 billion (nearly $19 billion), extending a streak of double-digit growth on a monthly basis since May.
The strong monthly result is the second best in the history of Foxconn, brining...
Early sales of the iPhone XS and XS Max appear to have gone well, with iPhone assembler Foxconn reporting a record high for its Q3 revenue …
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The time has come - Apple started shipping its new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max yesterday and today they are available for purchase to everyone. If you order now, though, the phones will take at least until October 1 to arrive. If you want to reserve a unit at an Apple Store and go pick it up you are in no luck - the option is listed as currently unavailable.
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