Apple, which outsources assembly of iPhones and iPads to Foxconn, accounts for about 48 percent of Hon Hai's revenue, according to Bloomberg Industries. Foxconn's Chairman Terry Gou recently urged shareholders to have patience as Hon Hai's sales slow. Foxconn, the key iPhone manufacturer for Apple, and China's largest private employer, also plans to boost investment in robotics and add more high-skilled positions as Gou strives to meet his goal for profit growth of 10 percent. This tidbit of information about robot investment somehow has led to the latest rumor about the iPhone 6 being made with robots. A contradictory report out of China today puts that rumor into question.