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Digitimes: PCB firms about to mass produce components for new AirPods and iPads

[2019-03-14 05:57:55]

Digitimes today reports that its sources indicate that flexible printed circuit board manufacturers Flexium, Zhen Ding Technology, Compeq and Unitech are ramping up to supply parts in volume for imminent new Apple hardware. Flexium and Zhen Ding will make PCBs for new iPad models whereas Compeq and Unitech are on tap for AirPods production. The post Digitimes: PCB firms about to mass produce components for new AirPods and iPads appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Digitimes: PCB firms about to mass produce components for new AirPods and iPads


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