A team of doctors sent by Apple confirmed that the young worker in Apple’s Shangai factory Pegatron died of pneumonia, and that his death was not caused by poor working conditions.
Dec 13 2013, 1:47pm CST
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A quality assurance employee at Pegatron leaked an image of several low-cost plastic iPhone 5C devices in QA testing mode. This new leak strengthens the report that Apple will launch iPhone 5C on September 10th.
Aug 26 2013, 4:51am CDT
Apple is asking its suppliers to manufacture a massive number of 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhones in anticipation of high consumer demand, reports The Wall Street Journal. The company is seeking between 70 and 80 million units combined of the 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 by December, its largest order to date and a major jump from last year, where it ordered between 50 and 60 million iPhone 5s and 5c models.Its forecast for what is commonly called the iPhone 6 is significantly large ...
Full article at: MacRumors
6 days ago, 7:27pm CDT
Apple is reported to have shifted some of its orders of iMac to Pegatron Technology from Quanta Computer. However, Pegatron hasn’t confirmed that it received orders from Apple and neither has Quanta agreed with the news.
Aug 5 2013, 10:17am CDT
After various reports indicated that Apple’s iPhone suppliers including Foxconn and Pegatron are getting ready for the iPhone 6, Bloomberg chimed in saying that the two bigger iPhone 6 models will enter mass production in July. The publication has learned from people familiar with the matter that the two iPhone 6 models will have 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens, and could both be released in Septembe ...
Full article at: BGR
Jun 24 2014, 8:30am CDT
This morning's CLW report about working condition at Apple's China supplier Pegatron has also confirmed the existence of low-cost plastic iPhones which are under initial production in limited number.
Jul 29 2013, 11:16am CDT
Hon Hai -- better known as Foxconn -- is preparing to hire some 100,000 people in mainland China to help manufacture new iPhones, says Taiwan's Economic Daily News. The effort is described as the company's largest-ever Chinese hiring spree. Another major Apple supplier, Pegatron, is meanwhile said to be boosting labor at a mainland factory by 30 percent for the sake of iPhone production. Foxconn is expected to handle 70 percent of orders, while Pegatron will deal with ...
Full article at: MacNN
Jun 23 2014, 8:55am CDT
iPhone manufacturing partner Foxconn is in the process of hiring 100,000 new workers in order to ramp up iPhone 6 production, according to a new report from Taiwanese Economic Daily. Another iPhone manufacturer, Pegatron, is also said to be ramping up hiring in anticipation of the new smartphone.
Hiring frenzies like this are not uncommon as new iPhone models prepare to enter production, but in the cas ...
Full article at: 9to5Mac
Jun 23 2014, 12:09am CDT
Pegatron which supplies spare parts to Apple has come under fire for labor rights abuses. It is even more atrocious than Foxconn in its disregard for the situation of 70,000 workers slaving away under its scrutiny.
Jul 29 2013, 3:58am CDT