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Apple Watch Teaches Supply Chain Best Practices

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Re: Supply Chain Best Practices
docdivakar   5/5/2015 2:10:38 PM
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Not knowing details of the force sensors that constitute the 'taptic feedback engine', I would have to say such time-dependent drifts in performance was most likely modeled in a FMEA exercise at the design stage of Apple Watch. It seems to me that that the manufacturing process side of the taptic engine perhaps did not go thru a rigorous PFMEA that could have caught this at AAC Technologies?

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