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China’s smartphone sales slumped 19% last year to lowest in eight years
More than a dozen of Apple’s Chinese suppliers are receiving initial clearance by the Indian government departments to expand in the country, helping Apple diversify its assembly network beyond China, reported Bloomberg recently.
“Chinese companies are getting pretty competitive for iPhone assemblers. More and more Chinese mainland companies will take market share away from electronic companies in the Taiwan region such as Foxconn and Pegatron.
Samsung will lose orders for Apple Watch screens, Micro-LED panels may be mass-produced by BOE next year
Chinese electronics device maker Luxshare Precision has denied a media report claiming Apple reduced its orders and it has been enlisted by Apple to produce its premium iPhone models, reported JW Insights.
Apple has notified several suppliers to make fewer components for AirPods, the Apple Watch, and MacBooks for the first quarter, citing weakening demand, Chinese mainland assembling company LuxShare Precision could be hurt most.
Apple has decided to use Luxshare (立讯精密) as one of the assemblers for the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro Max, due to lowered production capacity in Foxconn’s Zhengzhou plant because of the pandemic.
Foxconn is offering one-off incentives of up to RMB5,000 ($718) for key workstation positions in the manufacturing department
Chinese firms Luxshare (立讯精密) and Goertek (歌尔股份) lead the global outsourced earbuds market in H1 2022, accounting for 17% and 16%
Apple’s wide exposure to Chinese manufacturing, notable both for its low costs and rising risks, has receded since the pandemic began, reported Reuters on November 30.