Foxconn is likely to help Apple in the market of South-East Asia
DigiTimes, citing Economic Daily News says that Apple is actively trying to increase its presence on the market of South-East Asia.
The other day we reported that Apple in the next three years will invest 44 million dollars in the apps developer center for iOS, which is located in Indonesia. The source adds that next year it will open another center of research and development, which will be located in the Chinese city of Shenzhen.
According to Economic Daily News, for help in advancing in this market Apple has turned to longtime partner Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry), which produces iPhone, iPad, MacBook and other products for Apple.
Over the last few years Foxconn successfully operating in the territory of Indonesia and has established contacts with local companies. Representatives from Foxconn about its customers and orders do not apply and information about Apple does not comment.
Next year, the Indonesian government will begin forcing users of 2G networks to 4G, which will grow the demand for devices that support fourth-generation network. Both companies, Apple and Foxconn may derive a direct benefit.