Huawei's Chinese smartphone engineer recently sent a photo of some materials to develop a product for Apple's supplier. The Huawei engineer's remarks prompted the vendor to "propose a design with which you already have experience," but the vendor did not play the game. allegedly attempting to copy and openly steal Apple's trade secrets – US Government efforts detailed in a series of criminal allegations against the company that were promulgated last month. The new report from Information adds to the blend by announcing the details of the meetings as above, as well as the other regarding the meeting between the Huawei engineers working on the smart watch and the representatives of the component provider.
During this particular meeting, Huawei engineers annoyed the promise of making a large order from the vendor while trying to resolve the specs associated with the Apple Watch's heart sensor. They asked the vendor to estimate how much this sensor costs, offering a bypass probe in the economy around certain Apple products. "Huawei engineer visited a supplier meeting with four Huawei researchers," Report . "The Huawei team spent the next 1
" "They were trying their luck, but we would not say anything to them," said the executive director.
Per Macrumors Meetings, similar to one, reflect the "model of questionable tactics" on part of Huawei, to try to rate technology from Chinese suppliers that work for Apple. "According to the Huawei representative," the website said today, "the company did not make a mistake:" In research and development, Huawei employees must seek and use publicly available information and respect the intellectual property of third parties for our business. However, "the Huawei information collection program has led to incidents such as the Huawei engineer who checked out the Apple Watch component supplier, and Huawei copied the MacBook Pro component, in particular, the company built a Rack for the MateBook Pro, which was similar to that used in Apple MacBoo k Pro since 2016, allowing the computer hinge to be thinner by attaching the display to a logic board. "
Huawei turned to multiple vendors., the site continues to report, and provided them with schemes like Apple," but most have recognized the part and refused to do so for Huawei. The company reported that it requires suppliers to adhere to high ethical standards and that it does not seek and has no access to the confidential information of its competitors. In the end, Huawei found the preferred vendor and was built into the MateBook Pro. "