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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

According to Trump, iPhone made in USA is a reality



One of the biggest challenges for the US president could come true very soon. And is that in the words of Donald Trump himself for the Wall Street Journal, Apple would be planning to build three "large, large, large" factories on US soil . According to Trump, they are not gossip, but what Tim Cook would have assured him recently.

It is said that Cook would have promised to build three large and beautiful plants, but little more on the subject: we do not know when, or where or from which part of the production will be commissioned . As Donald Trump tells it:

I TALKED TO COOK AND HE PROMISED ME THREE BIG PLANTS, BIG, BIG, BIG! AND I TOLD HIM PLAINLY THAT UNLESS HE DID, THAT HE BUILD HIS PLANTS IN THIS COUNTRY, I WOULD NOT REGARD MY ECONOMIC POLICY AS A SUCCESS. THEN HE CALLED ME AND TOLD ME THAT HE SET TO WORK.


At the moment, since Apple nobody has spoken. However, Apple has been investigating the economic viability of building its equipment and gadgets in the United States instead of doing so in other countries. So what at first sounded outlandish, may be a reality. And is that Trump has veiled threat to Apple and other macro companies with taxing their products with a tax that would raise them up to 45% , which means that the accounts have to come out yes or yes.

Following those pressures, Apple asked its suppliers Foxconn and Pegatron if it would be possible to start manufacturing the iPhone in the United States . While the latter rejected the proposal, Foxcomm took the floor and planned to build a TFT-LCD factory and even speculate with Wisconsin as a location.

To date, Cook had alluded to the economy of scale and the experience of Chinese manufacturers to opt for the Asian country over America, as it has been losing manufacturing skills, so it no longer has the Infrastructures sufficient to undertake such undertakings.

Via | Macrumors

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