Regarding GTAT (GT Advanced Technologies)

“GTAT is a perfect example of why Apple should never work with American companies on manufacturing – they can’t take the heat.”

“US manufacturing is dead and has been dead for decades. You don’t see Foxconn complaining about their contract terms the way GTAT did.”

“GTAT is childish, pathetic and lame.

Run by complete morons.”

“Apple has to take their sapphire production to Asia, which they probably already did, looking at the mess GTAT made.”

GTAT was greedy and took the Apple deal without considering the terms believing it can only bring them more wealth, all while overestimating their own abilities to actually comply with the terms stated in their agreement.

And they went so far as to try and blame Apple for everything.

You know what? Last I heard, Foxconn, Pegatron and other Apple suppliers/partners DID NOT GO BANKRUPT WITHIN A YEAR.

Idiots. Manufacturing in the States is a complete joke.


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