New Trend: Ask Foxconn HR reps when the new iPhone will launch (this time October)

New Trend: Ask Foxconn HR reps when the new iPhone will launch (this time October)

9to5mac.com
Remember all the way back to last week when a Foxconn HR/Parking lot attendant told a Japanese NEws Crew that the iPhone was coming in June? Not so says another un-named HR representative reports Kokatu. South Korea’s Maeil Business Newspaper begs to differ. According to a recently published article, the paper asked the head...
New Trend: Ask Foxconn HR reps when the new iPhone will launch (this time October)
                               

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