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The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has serious problems with one of the most complex parts in Apple Watch – Taptic Engine. We remind that the module notifies users of various messages and events by tapping on the wrist, which is quite different from ordinary vibration.

It turns out that one of the two manufacturer of Taptic Engine, AAC Technologies Holdings, based in Shenzhen, China, produces parts that are damaged with time. The problem is in the process of removal and delivery of all pre-orders will be completed before June Most Taptic Engine components are currently manufactured by Nidec Corp. in Japan, but may soon intervene and of the highly assembly line at Foxconn.

Contributor: Daniel Moris

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