November revenues hit record for Apple’s product assembler Foxconn Electronics

“Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) has reported its consolidated revenues hit a record at NT$456.187 billion (US$15.41 billion) for November, with growth of 19.23% on month and 18% on year,” Ninelu Tu and Adam Hwang report for DigiTimes. “January-November consolidated revenues slipped 0.84% on year to NT$3.463 trillion.”

“The growth was mainly generated by shipments of consumer electronics, Foxconn said,” Tu and Hwang report. “Market sources noted Foxconn’s sales were buoyed by shipmets of the iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.”

Foxconn’s consolidated revenues from May 2013 to October 2013 in the full article here.

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4 Comments

  1. Gee, could those units be samsung units??? Many bloggers posting about how great the latest samsung is doing. /s

    Apple, as we all know (from the anal…yet and bloggers) is, of course, “Doomed…. Doomed I say”.

    Sorry, needed some serious sarcasm for this “hump day”. lol

    1. These talking heads are trying to figure out how to avoid cutting off the advertising dollars from Samsung while having to talk about Apple’s rising stock price. Last night, Jim Cramer only talked about Apple’s stock as it relates to the charts. They are several months late to the rise in Apple’s stock price and avoided talking about WHY Apple’s stock is going up due to new markets, products or services.

      AAPL is the really big dog in the market. The elephant in the room. But at no time did they diminish Samsung’s market share WHICH MUST DROP AS PEOPLE BUY APPLE’S DEVICES FOR THE FIRST TIME! Follow the money and you understand what and why they say and do what they are doing. Any other company and Jim would demand that you look at the company behind the stock.

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