Foxconn - and Apple: the two names go hand in hand.
The first is a massive supplier of iPhones and other devices to the second
And now says it's got better-than-expected numbers for Q3.
Profits came in at just on one billion dollars for the firm - also known as Hon Hai ...
That's a 23% rise
Thanks, it says, to better margins at subsidiaries like handset-maker FIH Mobile.
Its performance in consumer electronics and smart devices will pick up slightly next year, it says ...
On an improving global outlook.
Amid the fallout from the U.S./China trade war, it's a second dose of good news, after Apple itself's recent upbeat forecast for the crucial holiday shopping period.
Another supplier wasn't so lucky.
Japan Display - maker of LCDs - which, like Foxconn, gets a huge share of its revenues from Apple ...
Reported an 11th consecutive quarterly net loss.
Partly down to restructuring costs - as it seeks to clinch a bailout deal with Apple and other investors.