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Apple Hill to take over as Apple headquarters for the foreseeable future

Apple Hill will be the headquarters of Apple’s US operations for the next decade.

The move comes as Apple gears up to close the first-ever factory in Mexico after years of delays.

“We’re pleased to announce that we have finalized the new Apple HQ,” said Scott Forstall, Apple’s senior vice president of Global Manufacturing.

The new facility is set to open by 2020.

Forstall told the ABC the decision to move to Mexico had been a long time coming.

Apple has had a manufacturing plant in Mexico since the mid-1990s and has had two factories there since 2006.

This is a significant shift for Apple in Mexico and a testament to the value of the partnership with Mexican company Mabroco.

But it’s unclear how long the move will last.

A source familiar with the plans told the Financial Review that Apple will be open in the facility for the first few years, then close it.

It is unclear when Apple will reopen in the United States.

There are also reports that Apple is moving its headquarters from its US headquarters to a new location in New Mexico.

That move has also been reported.

Apple will be working to close its factory in the US in 2020 and move to a facility in Mexico in 2021.

In a statement to the Financial Press, the company said it would “immediately begin to implement the planned closure and construction activities in the next two years”.

The company has been operating in a joint venture with Mexican manufacturer Mabropco since the late 1990s.

Mexican government officials have said the agreement with Mabrosco will provide the company with a large and diversified workforce to ensure a smooth transition to the US market.

Despite this, there have been ongoing protests against the project in the country.

As of June 2018, the number of workers employed at Apple’s Mexican factory had risen to over 1,500, with a further 3,000 expected to join the workforce in 2021, according to the company.