Foxconn Chairman confirms company is to build Apple’s new televisions

Foxconn Chairman confirms company is to build Apple’s new televisions

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Often rumoured but never confirmed, reports that Apple is to release its own range of televisions have been given another huge boost after Foxconn chairman Terry Gou revealed the company is currently in preparation to manufacture the company’s television products. The confirmation comes by way of ChinaDaily (via HowToArena), which reported...
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