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Taiwan makers receive Mac mini, iPod shuffle orders

updated 09:30 am EST, Fri January 14, 2005

Apple uses Taiwan makers

Foxconn Electronics (aka, Hon Hai Precision Industry) is the contract manufacturer for Apple's Mac mini computers, while Asustek Computer is making the iPod shuffle, according to a report in the Digitimes.com. The report says that Foxconn is expected to per month to Apple and that "shipments of the iPod shuffle from Asustek, which currently also produces iBook notebooks for Apple, are expected to reach 400,000 to 500,000 units a month, due to the aggressive pricing for the new products and brand recognition for Apple's iPod music players."

Somewhat unexpectedly, the report also notes that Asustek will also start shipping iBook G5 notebooks to Apple in the second quarter of this year, although the PowerBook line would likely be the first Apple laptop to integrate the G5 processor and Apple hinted that it has not yet been able to resolve the heat/cooling issues in its December quarter conference call.




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  1. boron

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Hmmm...

    The article claims Apple will ship both a G5 PowerBook and a G5 iBook in Q2 2005.

    We shall see.

    But 100,000 mini Macs per month souds good.

  1. hayesk

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Agressive estimate

    100,000 per month! Wow, that's agressive. I don't think they'll sell that many, but I hope I'm wrong.


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