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a tiny screw shows why iphones won’t be ‘assembled in u.s.a.’a tiny screw shows why iphones won’t be ‘assembled in u.s.a.’a tiny screw shows why iphones won’t be ‘assembled in u.s.a.’

by:Qin Ge Ceramic & Building     2020-03-04
SAN FRANCISCO —
Despite a trade war between the US and China, President Donald Trump has warned in the past that \"it is unlikely Apple will bring its manufacturing industry closer to home to start building their damn computers and stuff in this country.
A small screw illustrates the reason.
On 2012, Apple chief executive Tim Cook was in prime-
American Time Television announced that Apple will produce a Mac computer in the United States.
This will be the first Apple product made by American workers over the years, and also the top productof-the-
Line Mac Pro will come with an unusual inscription: \"assembled in the US.
\"But when Apple started producing $3,000 worth of computers in Austin, Texas, it was hard to find enough screws, according to three people involved in the project, due to the NDA, they asked for anonymity.
In China, Apple relies on factories to produce a large number of custom screws in a short period of time.
In Texas, they said everything was bigger and found that the screw supplier did not.
Test of the new version of the computer due to 20-
The employee machine store on which Apple\'s manufacturing contractor relies can produce up to 1,000 screws per day.
The project\'s staff said the shortage of screws was one of several issues that delayed computer sales for several months.
When the computer is ready for mass production, Apple has ordered screws from China.
The Texas challenge suggests the problems Apple will face if it tries to move a large number of manufacturing out of China.
Apple found no country
Not America, of course-
It can match the scale, skills, infrastructure and cost of China.
In China, you will also find one of Apple\'s most important markets, and the risk of this dependency has become apparent in the past month. On Jan.
Apple said it failed to meet earnings expectations for the first time in 16 years, mainly due to a slowdown in iPhone sales in China.
On Tuesday, the company is expected to release more details on the financial results of the most recent quarter and forecasts for the coming year.
If the Trump administration imposes tariffs on Chinese-made mobile phones, the company may face more financial pressure.
What the president threatened to do
Apple has stepped up its quest to diversify its supply chain, but it has focused on India and Vietnam. An Apple executive said he asked not to be named because the executive had no right to speak publicly.
The person familiar with the matter said the company\'s executives are increasingly worried that in the increasingly tense political situation and unpredictable situation between China and the United States, it is risky to rely heavily on Chinese manufacturing.
At a meeting in China at the end of 2017, Cook said: \"The skills here are incredible . \".
Countries are required to produce Apple productsof-the-
Art machines and many people who know how to operate them, he said. \"In the U. S.
\"You can have a meeting of tool engineers and I\'m not sure if we can fill this room,\" he said . \".
\"You can fill up many football fields in China.
Apple spokesman Kristin Huguet said the company was the \"engine of growth in the United States,\" which spent $60 billion last year and $9,000 in the United States. S.
450,000 jobs are supported.
Apple\'s Texas maker, Flextronics, did not respond to requests for comment.
In 2004, Cook helped Apple move to foreign manufacturing, reducing costs and providing the huge scale needed to produce some of the best-selling technology products in history.
Apple has contracted most of its work to large factories in China that have been thousands of miles long and have hired thousands of people to assemble, test and package Apple products.
The Assembly includes parts made around the world-
From Norway to the Philippines to Pocatello, Idaho
Shipped to China.
The last meeting was the hardest.
The dense part of the IPhone, its location usually determines the origin of the tariff on the product.
Cook often sneers at the idea that the iphone is Chinese --made.
Apple pointed out that Corning, a factory in Kentucky, produces many iPhone screens, and a company in Allen, Texas, is the face of iPhones --
Identification System.
Cook also questioned why Apple is still in China.
But no harm.
ZHENGZHOU, China, is home to the world\'s largest iPhone factory, with a minimum wage of about $2.
An hour including benefits.
Apple says workers who assemble the product are starting at about $3. 15 an hour.
In the United States, similar jobs are paid much more.
Although it is one of Apple\'s most powerful computers, the United StatesS. -
Mac Pro has also proved to be the most expensive.
Chinese suppliers ship parts to Texas.
But in some cases, as the design changes, the Texas team needs new parts, and the engineer in charge of designing the computer finds himself calling the machine store in central Texas.
That\'s how they found Stephen Melo, the owner and president of Lockhart Caldwell manufacturing.
Apple hired employees of Flextronics to make computers, which in turn hired Caldwell to make 28,000 screws.
Although they will like it better.
When Merlot bought Caldwell in 2002, it had
Apple needs mass production.
But demand for this has dried up as manufacturing moves to China.
He said he had replaced the old punching machines that could be mass-produced.
Make screws with machines designed for more precise and professional work.
Melo believes that as a leader in offshore manufacturing, it is ironic that Apple has brought a big order.
\"It\'s hard to invest in the United States. S.
Because these things are very cheap to buy overseas . \"
Although he couldn\'t make the exact screws Apple wanted, he made his new machine.
His company delivered 28,000 screws on 22 trips.
Melo often does one.
Drive his Lexus car for an hour.
A former Apple manager, who declined to be named, said that Flextronics\'s team is also much smaller than what he usually found on similar Apple projects in China.
The manager said it was unclear why the project was understaffed, and he guessed it was because American workers were more expensive.
Apple\'s similar work in China will include a house of people who work hard to make sure all materials are in place for production, the manager said.
In Texas, a worker often appears overwhelmed, the manager said.
As a result, the material is often not in place or late, resulting in delays.
Another setback in Texas manufacturing: the United StatesS.
Workers don\'t work 24 hours a day.
If necessary, the Chinese factory will work shifts at any time, and the workers sometimes even wake up from sleep to achieve production goals.
This is not an option in Texas.
\"China is not just cheap.
It\'s a place because it\'s an authoritarian government where you can get 100,000 people to work for you all night. A professor of economics at the Cleveland University of West Reserve, former chief economist at the Department of Commerce.
\"This has become an important part of the product --
Launch strategy.
Aides say that if Apple invests a lot of time and money, relying more on robots and professional engineers than a lot of low-end engineers, it can produce more products in the United States.
Wage line for workers
Government and industry also need to improve employment training to promote supply development, she said
Chain Infrastructure
However, she added that the likelihood of this happening is low.
Apple is still assembling Mac professionals at its factory in the suburbs of Austin, in part because it has invested in sophisticated custom machines.
But Mac Pro has been a slow seller and Apple hasn\'t updated it since it was launched in 2013.
On December, Apple announced that it would add 15,000 workers in Austin, just a few miles from the Mac Pro factory.
No new jobs are expected in manufacturing. SAN FRANCISCO —
Despite a trade war between the US and China, President Donald Trump has warned in the past that \"it is unlikely Apple will bring its manufacturing industry closer to home to start building their damn computers and stuff in this country.
A small screw illustrates the reason.
On 2012, Apple chief executive Tim Cook was in prime-
American Time Television announced that Apple will produce a Mac computer in the United States.
This will be the first Apple product made by American workers over the years, and also the top productof-the-
Line Mac Pro will come with an unusual inscription: \"assembled in the US.
\"But when Apple started producing $3,000 worth of computers in Austin, Texas, it was hard to find enough screws, according to three people involved in the project, due to the NDA, they asked for anonymity.
In China, Apple relies on factories to produce a large number of custom screws in a short period of time.
In Texas, they said everything was bigger and found that the screw supplier did not.
Test of the new version of the computer due to 20-
The employee machine store on which Apple\'s manufacturing contractor relies can produce up to 1,000 screws per day.
The project\'s staff said the shortage of screws was one of several issues that delayed computer sales for several months.
When the computer is ready for mass production, Apple has ordered screws from China.
The Texas challenge suggests the problems Apple will face if it tries to move a large number of manufacturing out of China.
Apple found no country
Not America, of course-
It can match the scale, skills, infrastructure and cost of China.
In China, you will also find one of Apple\'s most important markets, and the risk of this dependency has become apparent in the past month. On Jan.
Apple said it failed to meet earnings expectations for the first time in 16 years, mainly due to a slowdown in iPhone sales in China.
On Tuesday, the company is expected to release more details on the financial results of the most recent quarter and forecasts for the coming year.
If the Trump administration imposes tariffs on Chinese-made mobile phones, the company may face more financial pressure.
What the president threatened to do
Apple has stepped up its quest to diversify its supply chain, but it has focused on India and Vietnam. An Apple executive said he asked not to be named because the executive had no right to speak publicly.
The person familiar with the matter said the company\'s executives are increasingly worried that in the increasingly tense political situation and unpredictable situation between China and the United States, it is risky to rely heavily on Chinese manufacturing.
At a meeting in China at the end of 2017, Cook said: \"The skills here are incredible . \".
Countries are required to produce Apple productsof-the-
Art machines and many people who know how to operate them, he said. \"In the U. S.
\"You can have a meeting of tool engineers and I\'m not sure if we can fill this room,\" he said . \".
\"You can fill up many football fields in China.
Apple spokesman Kristin Huguet said the company was the \"engine of growth in the United States,\" which spent $60 billion last year and $9,000 in the United States. S.
450,000 jobs are supported.
Apple\'s Texas maker, Flextronics, did not respond to requests for comment.
In 2004, Cook helped Apple move to foreign manufacturing, reducing costs and providing the huge scale needed to produce some of the best-selling technology products in history.
Apple has contracted most of its work to large factories in China that have been thousands of miles long and have hired thousands of people to assemble, test and package Apple products.
The Assembly includes parts made around the world-
From Norway to the Philippines to Pocatello, Idaho
Shipped to China.
The last meeting was the hardest.
The dense part of the IPhone, its location usually determines the origin of the tariff on the product.
Cook often sneers at the idea that the iphone is Chinese --made.
Apple pointed out that Corning, a factory in Kentucky, produces many iPhone screens, and a company in Allen, Texas, is the face of iPhones --
Identification System.
Cook also questioned why Apple is still in China.
But no harm.
ZHENGZHOU, China, is home to the world\'s largest iPhone factory, with a minimum wage of about $2.
An hour including benefits.
Apple says workers who assemble the product are starting at about $3. 15 an hour.
In the United States, similar jobs are paid much more.
Although it is one of Apple\'s most powerful computers, the United StatesS. -
Mac Pro has also proved to be the most expensive.
Chinese suppliers ship parts to Texas.
But in some cases, as the design changes, the Texas team needs new parts, and the engineer in charge of designing the computer finds himself calling the machine store in central Texas.
That\'s how they found Stephen Melo, the owner and president of Lockhart Caldwell manufacturing.
Apple hired employees of Flextronics to make computers, which in turn hired Caldwell to make 28,000 screws.
Although they will like it better.
When Merlot bought Caldwell in 2002, it had
Apple needs mass production.
But demand for this has dried up as manufacturing moves to China.
He said he had replaced the old punching machines that could be mass-produced.
Make screws with machines designed for more precise and professional work.
Melo believes that as a leader in offshore manufacturing, it is ironic that Apple has brought a big order.
\"It\'s hard to invest in the United States. S.
Because these things are very cheap to buy overseas . \"
Although he couldn\'t make the exact screws Apple wanted, he made his new machine.
His company delivered 28,000 screws on 22 trips.
Melo often does one.
Drive his Lexus car for an hour.
A former Apple manager, who declined to be named, said that Flextronics\'s team is also much smaller than what he usually found on similar Apple projects in China.
The manager said it was unclear why the project was understaffed, and he guessed it was because American workers were more expensive.
Apple\'s similar work in China will include a house of people who work hard to make sure all materials are in place for production, the manager said.
In Texas, a worker often appears overwhelmed, the manager said.
As a result, the material is often not in place or late, resulting in delays.
Another setback in Texas manufacturing: the United StatesS.
Workers don\'t work 24 hours a day.
If necessary, the Chinese factory will work shifts at any time, and the workers sometimes even wake up from sleep to achieve production goals.
This is not an option in Texas.
\"China is not just cheap.
It\'s a place because it\'s an authoritarian government where you can get 100,000 people to work for you all night. A professor of economics at the Cleveland University of West Reserve, former chief economist at the Department of Commerce.
\"This has become an important part of the product --
Launch strategy.
Aides say that if Apple invests a lot of time and money, relying more on robots and professional engineers than a lot of low-end engineers, it can produce more products in the United States.
Wage line for workers
Government and industry also need to improve employment training to promote supply development, she said
Chain Infrastructure
However, she added that the likelihood of this happening is low.
Apple is still assembling Mac professionals at its factory in the suburbs of Austin, in part because it has invested in sophisticated custom machines.
But Mac Pro has been a slow seller and Apple hasn\'t updated it since it was launched in 2013.
On December, Apple announced that it would add 15,000 workers in Austin, just a few miles from the Mac Pro factory.
No new jobs are expected in manufacturing. SAN FRANCISCO —
Despite a trade war between the US and China, President Donald Trump has warned in the past that \"it is unlikely Apple will bring its manufacturing industry closer to home to start building their damn computers and stuff in this country.
A small screw illustrates the reason.
On 2012, Apple chief executive Tim Cook was in prime-
American Time Television announced that Apple will produce a Mac computer in the United States.
This will be the first Apple product made by American workers over the years, and also the top productof-the-
Line Mac Pro will come with an unusual inscription: \"assembled in the US.
\"But when Apple started producing $3,000 worth of computers in Austin, Texas, it was hard to find enough screws, according to three people involved in the project, due to the NDA, they asked for anonymity.
In China, Apple relies on factories to produce a large number of custom screws in a short period of time.
In Texas, they said everything was bigger and found that the screw supplier did not.
Test of the new version of the computer due to 20-
The employee machine store on which Apple\'s manufacturing contractor relies can produce up to 1,000 screws per day.
The project\'s staff said the shortage of screws was one of several issues that delayed computer sales for several months.
When the computer is ready for mass production, Apple has ordered screws from China.
The Texas challenge suggests the problems Apple will face if it tries to move a large number of manufacturing out of China.
Apple found no country
Not America, of course-
It can match the scale, skills, infrastructure and cost of China.
In China, you will also find one of Apple\'s most important markets, and the risk of this dependency has become apparent in the past month. On Jan.
Apple said it failed to meet earnings expectations for the first time in 16 years, mainly due to a slowdown in iPhone sales in China.
On Tuesday, the company is expected to release more details on the financial results of the most recent quarter and forecasts for the coming year.
If the Trump administration imposes tariffs on Chinese-made mobile phones, the company may face more financial pressure.
What the president threatened to do
Apple has stepped up its quest to diversify its supply chain, but it has focused on India and Vietnam. An Apple executive said he asked not to be named because the executive had no right to speak publicly.
The person familiar with the matter said the company\'s executives are increasingly worried that in the increasingly tense political situation and unpredictable situation between China and the United States, it is risky to rely heavily on Chinese manufacturing.
At a meeting in China at the end of 2017, Cook said: \"The skills here are incredible . \".
Countries are required to produce Apple productsof-the-
Art machines and many people who know how to operate them, he said. \"In the U. S.
\"You can have a meeting of tool engineers and I\'m not sure if we can fill this room,\" he said . \".
\"You can fill up many football fields in China.
Apple spokesman Kristin Huguet said the company was the \"engine of growth in the United States,\" which spent $60 billion last year and $9,000 in the United States. S.
450,000 jobs are supported.
Apple\'s Texas maker, Flextronics, did not respond to requests for comment.
In 2004, Cook helped Apple move to foreign manufacturing, reducing costs and providing the huge scale needed to produce some of the best-selling technology products in history.
Apple has contracted most of its work to large factories in China that have been thousands of miles long and have hired thousands of people to assemble, test and package Apple products.
The Assembly includes parts made around the world-
From Norway to the Philippines to Pocatello, Idaho
Shipped to China.
The last meeting was the hardest.
The dense part of the IPhone, its location usually determines the origin of the tariff on the product.
Cook often sneers at the idea that the iphone is Chinese --made.
Apple pointed out that Corning, a factory in Kentucky, produces many iPhone screens, and a company in Allen, Texas, is the face of iPhones --
Identification System.
Cook also questioned why Apple is still in China.
But no harm.
ZHENGZHOU, China, is home to the world\'s largest iPhone factory, with a minimum wage of about $2.
An hour including benefits.
Apple says workers who assemble the product are starting at about $3. 15 an hour.
In the United States, similar jobs are paid much more.
Although it is one of Apple\'s most powerful computers, the United StatesS. -
Mac Pro has also proved to be the most expensive.
Chinese suppliers ship parts to Texas.
But in some cases, as the design changes, the Texas team needs new parts, and the engineer in charge of designing the computer finds himself calling the machine store in central Texas.
That\'s how they found Stephen Melo, the owner and president of Lockhart Caldwell manufacturing.
Apple hired employees of Flextronics to make computers, which in turn hired Caldwell to make 28,000 screws.
Although they will like it better.
When Merlot bought Caldwell in 2002, it had
Apple needs mass production.
But demand for this has dried up as manufacturing moves to China.
He said he had replaced the old punching machines that could be mass-produced.
Make screws with machines designed for more precise and professional work.
Melo believes that as a leader in offshore manufacturing, it is ironic that Apple has brought a big order.
\"It\'s hard to invest in the United States. S.
Because these things are very cheap to buy overseas . \"
Although he couldn\'t make the exact screws Apple wanted, he made his new machine.
His company delivered 28,000 screws on 22 trips.
Melo often does one.
Drive his Lexus car for an hour.
A former Apple manager, who declined to be named, said that Flextronics\'s team is also much smaller than what he usually found on similar Apple projects in China.
The manager said it was unclear why the project was understaffed, and he guessed it was because American workers were more expensive.
Apple\'s similar work in China will include a house of people who work hard to make sure all materials are in place for production, the manager said.
In Texas, a worker often appears overwhelmed, the manager said.
As a result, the material is often not in place or late, resulting in delays.
Another setback in Texas manufacturing: the United StatesS.
Workers don\'t work 24 hours a day.
If necessary, the Chinese factory will work shifts at any time, and the workers sometimes even wake up from sleep to achieve production goals.
This is not an option in Texas.
\"China is not just cheap.
It\'s a place because it\'s an authoritarian government where you can get 100,000 people to work for you all night. A professor of economics at the Cleveland University of West Reserve, former chief economist at the Department of Commerce.
\"This has become an important part of the product --
Launch strategy.
Aides say that if Apple invests a lot of time and money, relying more on robots and professional engineers than a lot of low-end engineers, it can produce more products in the United States.
Wage line for workers
Government and industry also need to improve employment training to promote supply development, she said
Chain Infrastructure
However, she added that the likelihood of this happening is low.
Apple is still assembling Mac professionals at its factory in the suburbs of Austin, in part because it has invested in sophisticated custom machines.
But Mac Pro has been a slow seller and Apple hasn\'t updated it since it was launched in 2013.
On December, Apple announced that it would add 15,000 workers in Austin, just a few miles from the Mac Pro factory.
No new jobs are expected in manufacturing.
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