Well timed with a report from The New York Times today that explained why Apple is unlikely to manufacture more of its products in the United States, Apple has published a press release highlighting how several components it uses are manufactured by U.S. suppliers such as Finisar, Corning, and Broadcom.
Finisar Apple says it spent $60 billion with 9,000 American component suppliers and companies in 2018, an increase of more than 10 percent from the year before. Apple says this spending supports more than 450,000 jobs in the United States.
This includes VCSELs for Face ID on the iPhone X and newer at Finisar in Texas, iPhone and iPad display glass at Corning in [...]
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Earlier this month, we told you about an auction for a Steve Jobs business card listing him as Chairman of the Board at Apple Computer. The business card features Apple’s classic rainbow logo and an address of 20525 Mariani Avenue, across the street from Apple’s Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California.
Boston-based RR Auction has since announced that the business card, estimated to fetch a modest $500, was sold for a considerably larger sum of $6,259 this week. For that price, one might think it was signed by Jobs, but it was not.
During the same auction, a copy of the February 1984 premiere issue of Macworld magazine signed by Jobs sold [...]
A copy of the February 1984 premiere issue of Macworld magazine signed by Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs will be up for auction on the RR Auction website between December 6 and December 13.
Jobs signed the magazine at the grand opening of Apple’s iconic Fifth Avenue store in New York on May 19, 2006, writing „to Matt, steven jobs“ on the front cover, which features a photo of Jobs posing with a trio of original Macintosh computers. The magazine is listed in fine condition with light handling and edge wear.
The premiere issue of Macworld magazine is considered to be scarce and desirable in its own right, while Jobs was often reluctant [...]