Apple on the verge to move out few productions from China to avoid potential tariffs!

Apple is considering moving some production from China to avoid the burden of a potential tariff hike from the U.S. Apple is expected to release its new iPhone line this fall, and tariffs could make the new models even pricier as consumers have shown less willingness to spend on upgrades.  Foxconn, a major supplier for Apple in China, previously told Bloomberg it has the capacity to build enough iPhones outside of the country to satisfy demand.

Apple has not made any decision about moving production out of China, which could still take months to put in place once set in motion.

Apple has already begun accelerating the production and shipment of some of its products made in China to stockpile ahead of tariff increases.

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