Mass production of the next generation 4.7 inch iPhone will begin as early as this month, and the 5.5 inch variant will enter production in August, according to reports from local news.
According to CEO Terry Gou, Foxconn plans to deploy robots on their factory assembly lines, which produce devices like the iPhone, in order to cut costs and replace human workers.
9to5Mac has posted photos of a curved display panel belonging to the rumored device. The curved edges will provide iPhone users with a more comfortable experience while using the smartphone.
Terry Gou, CEO of Foxconn, has blamed outside factors such as bad breakups, financial and/or family problems as the reason for the run of 24, attempted or otherwise successful, suicides.
A recent report claims that Foxconn, known to have relations with Apple, is seeking 100,000 new workers for the production of the iPhone 6. Foxconn is reportedly taking 70% of the entire production.
The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) has announced a new wireless charging standard which would allow manufacturers to bring the capability to bigger devices such as laptops and tablets.
A new report is claiming that Apple will release an iWatch within 2014, beginning production in July. The device will feature a round display, similar to the Moto 360, and will sell at various prices.
A new report has revealed that Foxconn has sold considerable number of communication patents to Google for an undisclosed amount of money recently, as Google looks towards strengthening its portfolio.
Microsoft has announced two new manufacturers which will be partnering with the company to build Windows Phone based smartphones, bringing the total number of partners to an impressive 15.
New images show what may be the next generation iPhone being manufactured at Foxconn. It features a new chassis and space for a considerably larger display, but are the photos legitimate?
Microsoft says it's added nine hardware partners to Windows Phone, so we've taken a look at the new additions - including LG, ZTE, Lenovo... and some unfamiliar names such as Longcheer and Gionee.
Microsoft announced nine new Windows Phone hardware partners on Sunday, including LG and Lenovo. LG previously made Windows Phone 7 devices, though it never made a Windows Phone 8 device.
It may already be the end of the line for China's first moon rover, as it hits serious mechanical problems after less than two months of operation. Is China now out of the space race?
Chinese ODM Foxconn has revealed that it has shipped over one million units of the iPhone 5s to China Mobile ahead of the smartphone's launch on Friday on the world's largest mobile network.
BlackBerry has announced there will not be a BlackBerry Live developer event held during 2014, and a regulatory filing reveals it has also cancelled plans for two low cost phones as well.
BlackBerry's latest financial report paints another bleak picture for the company, with a massive slide in revenues and a quarterly loss of $4.4bn, and sales of just 1.1m BlackBerry 10 handsets.
Two and a half months after the iPhone 5s became available worldwide, an analyst is finding after surveying 60 retail stores, that Apple can now boast 100 percent availability of stock for the phone.
Amid the large number of Xbox One's that have now been picked up, a few consoles have arrived with faulty disc drives and scratch marks. Hopefully these are isolated incidents.
The future of the bright, bubbly, vibrant, colourful iPhone 5c has just taken another hit, with production halting in one Foxconn factory, with production switching to the more premium iPhone 5s.
As shipments continue to go out for the PS4, many of the consoles are DOA with the "pulsating blue light" being the most common. Now a Foxconn intern claims the consoles were deliberately sabotaged.
Is Apple preparing to add a larger iPad to its range? Reports suggest that such a device, featuring a display as large as 13-inches, is in development and on track for launch in early 2014.
Analyst Masahiko Ishino claims Samsung will produce graphic processing units for Apple's rumoured 65-inch TV's. LG and Corning are also expected to supply crystal liquid displays and Gorilla Glass.
Foxconn is in the middle of a new controversy thanks to the way it treats its student interns, who are forced to work night shifts and long overtime on the Sony PS4 assembly lines.
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A new report from the advocacy group China Labor Watch claims that it has found numerous labor violations at a plant in Wuxi, China that is helping to make Apple's iPhone 5C.