N.Y. silicon corridor fuels more Apple made-in-U.S.A. rumors
More chip factories coming to the U.S. to cater to Apple?
New York state has emerged as a chipmaking hot spot — hot enough to fuel the latest speculation about Apple’s plans to push for more U.S.-based manufacturing.
In a story on Tuesday, the Albany Times Union speculated that Apple may be behind a push to set up a chipmaking facility in upstate New York.
An “undisclosed company searching for a site for a chip [plant] could be a major supplier to Apple for its popular iPhone and iPad devices,” Larry Rulison of the Times Union wrote.
And that undisclosed company? Taiwan…