In 2013, Apple will start making computers in America, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced Thursday -- after a hiatus of almost twenty years.
“We’ve been working for years on doing more and more in the U.S. Next year, we’re going to do one of our existing Mac lines in the United States,” Apple CEO Tim Cook told NBC’s Brian Williams. He cited several components of the company’s products that are already manufactured in America, notably the processors and screens in the iPhones.
“This iPhone … the engine in here is made in America. And not only are the engines in here made in America, engines are made in America and exported,” Cook said. By engine, Cook was referring to the “A5” processors that power the phone, which are manufactured by Samsung in an Austin, Texas, facility.
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