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"united microelectronics corporation" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Ken sponsor. i fix it. Has done that. Heartbreaking thing it does company about new iphone thirteen pro only to take it apart. Well not only to take it apart. They do that to find out stuff about the inside since he how easy it would be to put back together. Macrumors ran a blow by blow by blow of a lot of what i fix. It found if you're interested in all of it. I would direct you either to the macrumors piece or two. I fix its own right up which also includes a boatload of pictures. Here are the two things it feels important to bring you here. How resistant it is to third party. Repair and the overall reparability rating. How resistant is it to third party. Repair vary at least the screen is and you gotta figure that. Is the most common repair for phones. According to fix it says macrumors despite the decoupling of the face. Ide- module and the display any display replacement disables face ide-. This means that the screen replacement not authorized by apple will result in non functional face idea components. A piece from cult of mac goes deeper on that saying that that's true. Even when the non authorized repair person uses parts made by apple the peace points to a video on youtube by account phone repair guru. They apparently replaced the display on one iphone thirteen with a display from another iphone thirteen but still hit a wall. According to the colt and important display message appears after the devices rebooted which reads unable to verify. This iphone has a genuine apple display putting the hands. That's original display back in or getting. The device repaired by apple is the only way to restore face. Id and remove the warning apple. Says it goes to such measures for security reasons. One can see that argument though one can also see arguments from the other side that the whole thing is meant to stymie third party repair shops while lining apples coffers. Either way it's an important thing to know the other important point from the. I fix at bus stop. How easy or difficult is it to fix. The latest communicators could be better could be worse. The macrumors p. says i fix it ultimately gave the iphone. Thirteen pro a reparability score of five out of ten due to the face. I d display replacement. Issue the double glass and the waterproofing methods that make some repairs more difficult if you heard monday's edition of nfl minutes. You heard daily tech news show host. Tom merritt talk about the upcoming shortage of everything that side the lots of ripples in the supply chain shipping concerns orders various components a lack of workers and of course the dreaded virus honestly. It's less like ripples and more like when you throw a rock into a pond than throw another rock than the ripples from both of those rocks kind of collide more oxen upon today among them a power shortage in china apple. Insider highlights are reuters report. That says a number of companies including some apple supply chain have had the halt production to comply with power consumption regulations. Those regulations deliver sort of one two punch tied to reducing emissions and tightened coal supplies. What does this mean for apple. According to the report not all apple suppliers in china have yet been affected and some of those which have have instead limited their operations for other companies. Instead however manufacturers of iphone components ranging from motherboards speakers have been forced to hold work for several days makes one wonder how slow the watch will be running among many many other things to wonder while foxconn has been affected. The apple insider piece indicates that that particular partner is shifting the head two other companies for which it works. Secret so-and-so say foxconn seen only a very small impact that seemingly been confined the non apple production to with the company adjusting staff shifts to move work to october another piece on the reuters report from apple. Three dot says. Tsmc another huge lincoln apple supply chain has not been affected. That site quotes the reuters. Report saying chipmakers united microelectronics corporation and taiwan semiconductor manufacturing company told reuters. There was no impact at their chinese plants. News of another likely ripple in the pond macrumors ran a piece late in the day. Monday saying that apple subsidiary beats had raised. The price of the beets flax headphones by twenty dollars. That moves the price from forty nine. Nine thousand nine to sixty nine ninety nine. According to the report macrumors figures. The jump is likely due to chip shortages and supply chain constraints that have raised the cost of components. Like the w wasn't chip while apple's mostly playing neo to supply chain bullets one avid apple watcher. Still sees slowdowns ahead. Macrumors ran a piece on monday. Highlighting expectations from t.f. International analysts mingji quo that had the analyst calling for a reduction in macbook shipments for the first half of next year. He sees apples. Orders dropping by fifteen percent for a few reasons one component shortages to structural demand change in the post kobe nineteen era and three product transition between legacy and new models post couvert nineteen era say. Macrumors reads that as decline in working from home demand though first half of next year. We'll mark two years since the start of the great hunker down is it that people won't be working from home or that they will have already upgraded angels on the head of a pin. I know the piece also expresses concern over individual purchasing power falling due to inflation again. It is unclear whether that's mingji quos read or macrumors. Lewis does expect. The new mac book air based on updated apple silicon hit production early in the second half of next year. Does that really mean a year. And a half without a new mac book macrumors thinks not according to the site apple is still expected. The launch redesigned fourteen and sixteen inch macbook pro models before the end of this year likely to be announced by a digital event in october or november. If you use spotify on your iphone you may have been hit by.
"united microelectronics corporation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bluer technology. I mentally Chang in San Francisco, and we are calling it iphone. Those iconic words were uttered by Steve Jobs, twelve years ago this Wednesday introduce the world to Apple's now flagship product the iphone since John's introduced what is now. The most recognizable smartphone on the planet. Apple has sold over a billion iphones. And last year. Apple became the first publicly traded US company to hit a one trillion dollar market cap now since those highs it's been a bumpy ride for apple as the company recently cut its first-quarter forecast. But Morgan Stanley just gave apple a positive endorsement analysts Katy who already said a slowdown in services revenue last quarter looks quote temporary in nature and mostly related to apple care. Apple rose in early Wednesday trading adding to gains Tuesday to discuss I want to bring in the phone from Kansas City, Missouri. Bush managing director, Dan is currently has an outperform. On the company. So Dan, do you see the positives to? Install base story. Seven hundred fifty million iphone active. Rian? In upgrade next twelve months. Dark waters. But ultimately, I think Apple's going to merge from this with the specific focus on the services business, really fundamentally these tour. But they're gonna. Services and price cuts which kind of front and center. That's Samsung also reporting disappointing news this week sales down, especially in the chip business. But also in the smartphone business, they don't specifically mention China. But talk about a broader macro economic slowdown. Perhaps this isn't just China related this is industry wide and could that mean longer term problems for apple? Good point. More Poon continue to be mature where we are in the cycle. You saw that was Samsung Apple's earnings tobacco last week. I think right now it's about. Some wound over the next twelve eighteen months. If you see that within stores to increase focuses on the services. Is some of the park service's. Four hundred fifty billion. That's why you Bush an apple here. So right now, this is going to be. Eight months ahead for cook. To help get apple. The darkest period in the modern there for the comprehend the services business still grow to that point. If iphone sales, let's say plateau, I mean, people are still using iphones and buying services for them. But if the actual iphone market doesn't grow does it still get to four four fifty billion as you say. Look right now it's about. Where it is or increase, which we believe that that is within the realm of possibilities there. We believe is going to be like. Likely three more services more content more subscription into that flywheel grapple. That's going to be the key montage causing today. We continue still think it's only about fifteen percent penetrated further monetize with more services. Which is why we believe a significant content acquisition. You're gonna come down the road. Dapple tries to further put fuel in the tank on the services side. All right. Well, we'll see if apple continues to respond to some of these more positive reports, Dan is when Bush security thanks so much for calling in today. Now, while the latest round of trade talks between China and the US concluded with a cautious sense of optimism a court case in San Francisco is highlighting a different approach to fighting the stealing of tech secrets by Chinese firms. The Justice department is using new tactics in its case against two Chinese companies as attempts to safeguard American IP in one of those new. Moves is bringing a civil suit against those companies here to tell us more our Bloomberg legal reporter, Joel Rosenblatt. So explain what's happening here stepping back. The big picture is this is a trade tickets to begin with an indictment a criminal prosecution of trade secrets theft against Jin wa Chinese company, it's attempting to manufacturer de ram four China for the Chinese market and United Microelectronics corporation. That's better known as UM see based in Taiwan. So big picture is this is a criminal prosecution of those two companies for trade secret theft from Boise, Idaho based Micron. But now there's a civil suit a new tactic. Right. So there's a long side the criminal prosecution. There's a civil suit. This is invoking a provision of the economic espionage act. It's been in the law since nineteen Ninety-six. But it's the first time it's ever been used. Wow. So that's an interesting development is unusual. Kind of see how those two work. Together. Of course, as you mentioned that the outset is also in the context of of a trade war with China. So what could the benefit of a civil suit? Right. So that's the big question when I put this to my trade secrets sources experts. They're scratching their heads trying to figure it out spent months kind of digging and the answer is this. The civil suit offers some expedient. It offers the ability of the United States to get an order from the court that blocks sales of D ram chips to the United States much more quickly than than the criminal indictment. What that's one piece the other pieces. It's an attempt to kind of layer the suit to kind of throw different things at these Chinese companies to try something different the trade secrets staff prosecution has been going on for three administrations. Now, I think this is an attempt to try something just to try to mix it up a little bit. So the companies were just in court what happened today was eight arraignment. So they were just kind of formally told of what what the what the indictment contains the penalties. They may face both companies entered a not guilty plea. But this by itself is is a big difference. It's a big step for for prosecutors. Because normally even getting the step has taken a very long time. So is there any way to say whether this is because of a trade war because of of a new stance on China by. By the administration. Well, like, I said this has been going on for at least three administrations kind of talked tough attitude towards China where trade secrets theft is concerned. Prosecutors. The Justice department officials will tell you that no this is something we're doing independent of of the White House. It's kind of you know, it's hard to believe that there's not some coordination between the White House. The Commerce Department has played a serious role in this in this case are not in the case. But in actions against these companies, prosecutors will tell you know, this is a trade secret theft were prosecuting it on our own could we see more tactics? Like, this more cases like this coming down the pike. I think so I think we're gonna see how this one goes. Right. This is the first time they've invoked this provision. We'll see how quickly it moves whether or not it makes a difference. But I think probably likely to see that. All right, Joel Rosenblatt, we'll send you back to court. Thank you so much for heading over here to talk to us. Coming up Google announced. A slew of new features for its digital voice. Assistant CAS this week how they could help take on Amazon's Alexa, next flies. We'll take a road trip across Europe in our experience. And recommendations later this hour, this is Bloomberg. Where in the world is the financial news you need. Do you think that the Bank of England will actually follow through where is the business and market information? That drives your success. This game of chicken is going to end the end. Where would you find information on political events around the globe? Is this going to have an impact on the Chinese economy anywhere? 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