Apple is in talks to make Apple Watches and MacBooks in Vietnam for the first time, marking a further win for the Southeast Asian country as the U.S. tech giant looks to diversify production away from China.
Earlier this year Apple announced that the production of its iPad tablets is moving to Vietnam in response to COVID lockdowns in China.
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Add MacBooks to the growing list of Apple products that the tech giant now plans to produce “Out of China.” The Cupertino-based company will reportedly begin manufacturing the laptops in Vietnam in mid-2023,