Apple to manufacture existing Mac line-up in the US next year


Today in an interview with NBC, Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced plans to have an existing Mac line up completely manufactured in the US. Rumors that Apple would begin manufacturing certain products in the US. This is a big shift from using their current Foxconn plant in China, which Apple use for most of their product manufacturing.

Cook also commented on moving all production to the US stating “It’s not so much about price, it’s about the skill”. Logically cost would be a concern but it seems Cook wants people to be more aware of the skill and training that goes into the manufacturing of their products. So next year a whole line of Mac products will be manufacturing solely in the US. This could be seen as a stepping stone for the future of Apple manufacturing. Check out the full interview below.

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