Taiwanese Apple assembler Foxconn reported revenue of 551.09 billion new Taiwan dollars ($18.04 billion) in November, a decrease of 29.04% monthly and 11.36% year-on-year. The company’s revenue had seen 40%-plus yearly growth in both September and October. The firm’s Zhengzhou facility was hit by Covid curbs and worker unrest last month, and its production capacity utilization was down to just 20%, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The production delay caused concern at Apple, which has since started pushing suppliers to move production out of China, sources told The Wall Street Journal. [Foxconn]