Apple's latest supply chain list exposed

Apple recently announced the supply chain list for the 2021 fiscal year. According to statistics, three Taiwanese factories were included and seven were excluded this year . It is worth noting that Taiwanese factories Shuanghong, Kangkong, and Liangwei were only included in the supply chain last year, but this year Apple announced that they were not on the list and have been removed from the supply chain list.

The Taiwanese factories that joined this year include Taiyao Technology, SMT supplier Taiwan Tablet Technology, and keyboard MTS (membrane touch switch) major manufacturer Kejia-KY, while those removed are Shuanghong, Liangwei, Kangkong, Zhizhi Shenke, Ruiyi, Jinjian Printing and Pioneer Materials.

In addition to the Taiwan factory, it is reported that mainland suppliers have seven in and six out, and the lineup has been slightly revised. Among them, Zhongke Sanhuan, Crystal Optoelectronics, and Wingtech Technology have entered the supply chain, while Oufeiguang has been eliminated.

Four Japanese suppliers come in and five come out, and Japanese light metal and energy group ENEOS joins the supply chain.

South Korean IC design LX Semicon also became a new member of Apple's supply chain this year. In terms of American companies, Power Integrations and Lattice Semiconductor joined the supply chain, while Maxim and Trinseo were excluded.

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