That fits both with Apple CEO Tim Cook's announcement during the company's recent earnings call that Apple would not bring out any new products until the fall, and with recent rampant rumors of new iPhone models.
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Tablets, the quantified self movement, big data, new user interface paradigms, and the return of manufacturing jobs to the U.S. will help shape the coming year.
Apple's tiny computer is on the rise.
Apple is spending $100 million bringing some Mac manufacturing back to the U.S. That sounds like good news to those who are worried about the decline of U.S. manufacturing. But not to all.
Although it made only a few hundred cars in the third quarter, Tesla says its production facilities have reached a turning point and are now able to produce 20,000 or more cars per year.
Apparently it's not easy to assemble one of the world's thinnest and lightest smartphones. Who would have guessed?
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Willy Shih, a professor at Harvard University, warns that manufacturing is key to the economy and the country should do what it can to hang onto it.
Slumping sales from Nokia and HTC are starting to hurt the manufacturers that work with them.
On Thursday, Tesla Motors said that since June 22, when it started deliveries of its 2012 Model S, it has built 50 cars. Of those, 29 are destined for customer deliveries.
Apple has always been ahead of the curve. That’s why it should bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States.
The company has taken advantage of low wages and other manufacturing advantages in China for long enough. Now that attention …
Apple has been rightly criticized for the labor conditions in the factories that make its iPhones, iPads and Macs. Apple has vowed to fix those problems. But other manufacturers have done far less.
President Barack Obama reportedly asked Steve Jobs what it would take to bring iPhone manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. to which Jobs replied, “Those jobs aren’t coming back.”
The exchange, according to a Jan. 12, 2012 report in the …
If you’re angry about Apple’s manufacturing process, you should be. But don’t stop with Apple.
As everyone knows by now, iPhones and iPads are built in huge Chinese manufacturing plants where tens of thousands of people work 12-hour shifts for …
Apple released a statement to the press this morning about new labor condition audits it had asked for at Foxconn, the Cupertino company’s most infamous Chinese manufacturer.
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