Foxconn says it has enough capacity to make all U.S. bound iPhones outside of China if needed, reports Bloomberg. Currently, the contract manufacturer assembles most smartphones in the Chinese mainland.
So far trade tensions between China and the U.S. have not significantly affected Apple; however, it's possible that either the U.S. or China could impose a tariff that would apply to iPhones manufactured in the country and shipped to the U.S.
Board nominee and semiconductor division chief Young Liu told investors that the company can help Apple respond should such a situation occur.
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