"We think Tim Cook has shown good work as stand-in CEO during Jobs' absences, and expect Apple will perform well in the future," Hon Hai Precision Industry, Foxconn's flagship said in an email for SFGate.
"The relationship between Cook and Foxconn has been very close and we expect that the relationship will become even closer in future," the company added. "We wish Steve Jobs will get well."
Foxconn has just recently unveiled a massive investment plan aiming to bring a million robots to its factories in three years. The company currently only has 10,000 and expects that number to surge to 300,000 over the next year.