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  • iPhone Sales Help Lift Foxconn Profits... For Now


    Healthy sales of Apple's iPhone are being credited with lifting Foxconn (Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.) profits last quarter by a sizable margin.

    The world's biggest contract manufacturer of electronics saw its net profit climb to $566.7 million USD for the three month period that ended in June. Easily topping Wall Street analyst expectations, Foxconn's 1% rise in second-quarter net profit is being attributed to strong iDevice sales.

    Unfortunately for Foxconn, however, as Apple more aggressively turns its attention toward other manufacturers in the Asia, Foxconn may not be able to sustain this growth. Even if Apple's relationship with Foxconn remains unchanged, Apple isn't quite the tech juggernaut it was just twelve months ago. As Apple's growth momentum slowed in early 2013, shares of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. have tanked to the tune of 12% this year.

    Last month, Apple said its fiscal third-quarter net profit fell 22% from a year earlier to $6.9 billion on roughly flat revenue of $35.3 billion, even though the company sold 20% more iPhones than a year earlier.
    For these reasons, according to the WSJ, this latest profit jump is unlikely to curb concerns about Foxconn's future, as the company still earns more than 40% of its revenue from Apple.

    Source: WSJ
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iPhone Sales Help Lift Foxconn Profits... For Now started by Michael Essany View original post