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Arnold Zafra was a librarian by profession. After working in a corporate environment for more than 20 years, he decided to avail himself of early retirement. He has been covering Apple news for several years now and has contributed to various technology blogs before joining MacObserver. When not busy writing, Arnold is either running, biking, or working out at his home gym.
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Apple is now relying on local engineers in China to keep up with its product cycle, whereas previously it sent hundreds of engineers there.