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Why No One Can Copy Apple’s Hardware Design

Many companies want to build products with the quality of Apple’s, but as Ben Einstein of Bolt explains, that’s nearly impossible to do. One reason is that Apple has bought up many of the machines and firms capable of such precision manufacturing. Besides that, Apple has mastered some of the most difficult manufacturing processes, such as color-matching white plastic, mass-scale CNC machining, and laser-drilling holes.

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