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Discussion in 'iMac' started by Garemz, Feb 7, 2013.
Do you think Chinese New Year will sow down the production of iMacs?
Starts feb 10 ends feb 15
Well, for a few days it might, but how much this would affect the full volume of production is something only Hon Hai / Foxconn would know. And it's not like this is an event happening for the first time. It has been CNY a few times in the past.
Do you have proof of this?
I lived in china for several years, I can honestly say the country shuts down for 10 days minimum. I'm talking manufacturing + shipping.
That being said my Mac has been in processing stage for 27 days
Most companies will shut from 9 to 15. It is almost universal, but some keep working (things like power companies etc have to). Not really sure whether Apples suppliers will keep working, I think at least some will shut, so it will effect production a little.
No, at least 15 days and shipping not included. HaHa..
this is correct (I live in HK). apple and foxconn are massive companies, i think they will have a smaller workforce, but not a completely closed manufacturing process.
yeah, the peasants might be allowed to go home and see their family for a couple of hours and then its back to the mine.
Not even, they would rent them iPads for a 5 minute FaceTime call