Foxconn says CEO Gou absolutely did not confirm work on an Apple television

Foxconn says CEO Gou absolutely did not confirm work on an Apple television

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Following speculation that suggested its CEO Terry Gou had confirmed was gearing up to start work on Apple’s new television sets, Foxconn has moved to clarify its position by stating such reports are “not accurate.” In a written statement to The Next Web, Foxconn said that Gou had “neither [confirmed]...
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