as informed in Apple and its sad, low-energy, economically sensible overseas manufacturing have been a target of Trump
since day one.
Shortly after Trump’s electoral victory, Apple reportedly asked its subsidiaries to examine the feasibility of iPhone manufacturing — which caused Breitbart to run with the (untrue) story “Silicon Valley Bows to Trump: Apple to Build iPhones in America.”
This is far from the first time that iPhone manufacturing has been in the news.
Apple seems willing to move ancillary services, like support centers, back to the US, but moving the entire iPhone supply chain would be orders of magnitude more difficult.
He did, however, point out that a border tax on imported goods “would end up burdening the end consumer.”Reading between the lines, it looks like another attempt by Apple to take iPhone manufacturing off the table for discussions with Trump.
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Apple Inc. May Have Different View On Trump’s iPhone Manufacturing Plans
Reportedly, Apple asked its subsidiaries to examine the feasibility of iPhone manufacturing soon after Trump’s electoral victory.
Apple’s iPhone manufacturing has been in the news for quite some time now.
This led Breitbart to run an (untrue) story: Silicon Valley Bows to Trump: Apple to Build iPhones in America.
This could also mean that Apple is making yet another attempt to take iPhone manufacturing off the table for discussions with Trump.
The U.S. President has been targeting Apple’s low-energy and economically-sensible overseas manufacturing since the beginning.
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Since clumsy texters will always find a way to thrash their smartphone. a new patent spotted by Apple Insider Thursday could make it a little easier for future iPhone users to detect screen damage before their display takes on full spiderweb status.
Walking around with a cracked iPhone screen isn’t a good look.
Image: USTPOOther potential methods are described in the patent, like a series of pulse-emitters that would use mirrors within the phone to detect screen imperfections.
It’s all super speculative—there’s no way to predict when any of these systems will make their way onto future iPhones, if ever.
The tech could be used to pinpoint problem areas and hairline cracks as they form beneath the surface, warning users that they’re one drop away from reaching the point of no return.
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