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More than 20,000 employees, most of them were new hires not yet working on the production line, have left Apple supplier Foxconn’s Zhengzhou plant in China, a Foxconn source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday. The person said the departures would complicate the company’s previous target of resuming full production by the end
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iPhone production could slump by at least 30 percent at Foxconn’s factory in China’s city of Zhengzhou after worker unrest disrupted operations, a person with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Friday. The estimate was an upward revision of an October internal forecast for production impact of up to 30 percent at the world’s largest iPhone
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Apple and Google’s mobile browsers are facing an in-depth investigation into their market dominance, launched by Britain’s competition watchdog, months after the regulator began considering a probe. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Tuesday responses to its consultation from June revealed “substantial support” for a fuller investigation into the matter and how iPhone
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Smartphones, tablets, and laptops in India might all come with a common USB Type-C port for charging in the near future. A Central Inter-Ministerial Task Force reached a consensus on Wednesday towards the adoption of USB Type-C as the uniform charging port for electronic devices. The task force constituted representatives from industry associations, educational institutions,
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Earphones and headphones market in India is currently inundated with a plethora of options across all price ranges from brands like Oppo, Nothing, Apple, Sennheiser, and Sony. Even the budget options these days are packed with features like ANC and gaming mode. Notably, the audio market has also shifted towards wireless earphones and headphones in
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Apple and the company behind the popular video game Fortnite squared off Monday before three federal appellate judges who will render the next decision in a high-stakes battle over whether Apple created an illegal monopoly via its exclusive control of its iPhone app store. Such monopolies typically stifle competition and drive up consumer prices. The
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