According to Japanese media reports, Macotakara KGI distinguished analyst Kuo Ming-Chi has revealed that Apple’s new Mac Pro will be assembled by the Singapore Manufacturers, Flextronics in the USA. Flextronics official website shows that they have established appropriate facilities and equipment in Texas, California, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and North and South Carolina. But the report does not indicate the Flextronics factory in the United States, which plants will be in charge of the assembly tasks.
If Apple does transfer the Mac Pro assembly orders to Flextronics, which means no longer in charge of Foxconn. But because the market share of the Mac Pro is small, this change will not have a huge impact on Foxconn.
Although assembly work of Apple Mac Pro will be transferred to the United States, other product lines such as MacBook is not transferred to the United States in a short time, and they are still mainly in the charge of overseas supply chain and they should be responsible for production and assembly. Apple MBA product line will be mainly in the charge of Quanta Computer. Although there are appropriate facilities and equipment, but now in the United States assembled MacBook is impossible.