Tim Cook can’t make an iPhone without this Chinese company and its CEO

Tim Cook can’t make an iPhone without this Chinese company and its CEO

Updated October 23, 2023 at 4:12 a.m. ET

At a time when Apple While the company generally tries to rely less on China, the company is relying more on a Chinese company whose skills in assembling the tech giant’s products have proven too valuable to ignore.

Many Apple customers may not know Luxshare Precision or its leader Grace Wang, but they probably own her work. Alongside other Apple contract manufacturers, Luxshare makes AirPods, the Apple Watch and the recently released iPhone 15, including the high-end iPhone Pro Max. Luxshare is also the assembler of Apple’s first mixed reality headset, which is expected to hit consumers next year.

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