Taiwanese semiconductor firm Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company says it has stopped processing orders from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies following the US imposition of restrictions in May that make it illegal to supply product to a company that is on an American blacklist unless it obtains a licence.
Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has informed some of its suppliers to hold off on production for its next flagship device following fresh US moves to crack down on the company and disrupt its access to semiconductors.
Mass iPhone production in China, which normally occurs just before Apple announces its line-up of devices to be released in September, will be delayed by about a month, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the company's plans.
American multinational technology company Apple may be forced to put off the launch of a 5G version of its iconic iPhone by months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Nikkei Asian Review has reported.
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