Foxconn: No, Our CEO Didn't Confirm The Apple TV (AAPL)

Foxconn: No, Our CEO Didn't Confirm The Apple TV (AAPL)

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Foxconn is denying a report from last week that it has signed on to manufacture Apple's new iTV, according to a statement given to The Next Web. "Any reports that Foxconn confirmed that it is preparing to produce a specific product for any customer are not accurate," the company said...
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