Meet the men and women behind the iPhone X: they’re stressed, overworked and underage


With a harsh spotlight cast once more on Foxconn Technology Group’s labour practice in China, some employees at Apple’s biggest supplier said their working conditions are better than at other electronics manufacturers on the mainland, where salaries can get delayed or cancelled. At the world’s largest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou city, a transport terminus in China’s geographic centre, an 18-year-old assembly worker who goes by the surname Xin said he was ready to throw in the towel after being on the line for merely half a month.



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