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Apple responds to the scandal of the students who made the iPhone X

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Según el Financial Times, 6 estudiantes de entre 17 y 19 años habrían trabajado hasta 11 horas diarias en una fábrica de Zhengzhou , algo ilegal de acuerdo con las leyes chinas. En teoría, dichos debían realizar tres meses completos de experiencia laboral para graduarse.

Apple responds to the scandal of the students who made the iPhone X
Apple responds to the scandal of the students who made the iPhone X

De acuerdo con Foxconn, todo es total y absolutamente normal y las autoridades estaban al corriente de ello , al tener que firmar convenios tanto con la administración como con los centros formativos.

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Watch out because the matter is rather murky: the Financial Times has assured that a company on the iPhone X production line would have illegally employed student trainees to speed up its production and arrive in time for November 3rd.

Hon Hai Precision Industry, also known as Foxconn, reportedly employed a group of 3,000 students from Zhengzhou Urban Rail Transit School in the dizzying task of assembling the iPhone X against the clock .

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