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June 6th, 2000

[3:00 PM] Apple Adds Another Firm To Help Build iMacs
by Staff

C|Net is reporting that Apple has placed orders with Hon Hai Precision Industry of Taiwan to build iMacs. According to C|Net:

    Production of iMacs will begin in the third quarter at Hon Hai's Czech plant. Apple has divided its iMac orders evenly between South Korea's LG Electronics and Hon Hai.

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The Mac Observer Spin: Perhaps Apple is gearing up for a new design, or is this just a new manufacturing contract? These contracts can change often, but it is interesting to see Apple add to its iMac manufacturing when they are reportedly seeing sales slow down. In any event, it would seem that Apple sees iMac sales picking up in the near future.


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