Apple teased us a few weeks ago talking about bringing production of one of their products to the United States, but no one knew which exact product it would be.
The latest report from DigiTimes seems to think that it will be the Mac mini. Apple have talked about investing over $100 million into bringing Mac production home, and now DigiTimes are reporting that Apple will run their new US-based production lines with the Mac mini.
Foxconn will still be heavily involved as they will be "responsible for handling establishment", according to DigiTimes' sources from the "upstream supply chain". Foxconn has around 15 operating bases within the US and will be looking for new employees when the new year rolls in for their new automated production lines.
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