According to DigiTimes, Apple is likely to move their Mac mini production line from Foxconn China to Foxconn US. Hiring will begin in 2013 for the new automated production lines that are expected to produce close to two million units. The move appears to be a PR move, as the volume is a drop in the bucket for Apple. Other major OEM's that might get the business includes Quanta Computer which has plants in Fremont California and Nashville, Tennessee. DigiTimes also reports today that Apple is inquiring about whether AU Optronics L5C line could be used to produce IGZO displays. Additionally, the report states that Innolux Corporation could enter Apple's supply chain as they've licensed IGZO technology from Sharp. This move may explain the news that leaked earlier this week that Sharp is set to end IGZO LCD Panel Supply to Apple. The twist to this news is that Sharp is likely to not supply the displays to Apple, directly.