Summary of Article Contents Sales decreased 6% and net profit 3.4% in the fourth quarter of last year from October to December,the worlds largest consignment manufacturer of electronic devices, partially resumed iPhone production three days after it stopped at its Shenzhen and the Central News Agency reported on the 16th. According to the media, Hunghai Precision said on the same day that it had partially restarted production lines at its Shenzhen plant. Hunghai Precision announced on the 13th that it had temporarily put up an iPhone manufacturing facility after Shenzhen went into a virtual city lockdown due to the rapid spread of Corona 19. At that time, Hunghai Precision also moved its production volume to another plant in a hurry to alleviate the impact of suspending its Chinese headquarters and production base in Shenzhen. Hung Hai Precision has obtained a production license by adopting a bubble method (closed) that isolates employees from the outside by placing employees residences and factories on the same site to block Corona 19, the media reported. It is said that by implementing the mandatory health care for employees inside the factory site, it is said that it is possible to resume operation because it has met the quarantine conditions of the Shenzhen authorities. China introduced the bubble method at the Beijing Winter Olympics last month, and was evaluated to have held the competition relatively smoothly amid the rapid spread of COVID-19. Meanwhile, Hung Hai Precision announced on the 16th that in the fourth quarter of 2021, October to December, sales decreased by 6% compared to the same period of the previous year. Smartphone production has been under pressure due to a shortage of semiconductors, and sales have declined as demand, which has soared due to the COVID-19 pandemic (global pandemic), has slowed. Hunghai Precisions quarterly earnings declined for the first time in five quarters. Sales of the flagship mobile phone and electronics products business, including smartphones, fell 3 to 15 percent. Sales of cloud networks and computer products remained flat, while sales of components increased by more than 15%. Net profit for the fourth quarter was NT$44.4 billion (7.4 trillion won), down 3.4% from the same period last year. It slightly beat the market consensus of 43.32 billion Taiwanese dollars.