Apple iPhone production at Chinese Foxconn factory could fall 30% amid COVID restrictions
Apple’s iPhone production could plummet by up to 30% in one of the world’s largest factories next month due to tightening COVID-19 limits in China, Reuters reports Monday citing “a person with firsthand knowledge of the matter.” .
Manufacturer Foxconn, formally Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, is working to increase production at another factory in Shenzhen city to make up for the shortage, the person said, refusing to be identified as the information was private.
Its main Zhengzhou plant in central China, which employs around 200,000 people, has been shaken by discontent over strict measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, with several workers fleeing the site over the weekend.
Foxconn on Sunday said it would keep the situation under control and coordinate backup production with other plants to reduce any potential impact.
MacDailyNews takes: He could. Besides, it couldn’t.
Again, as we wrote earlier: God forbid, someone could have a cold.
The average age of Foxconn assembly line workers is 23.
The reactions and excessive reactions to COVID in some places on this confused rock, even today, are convinced of the beggars.
The real virus is panic. – MacDailyNews, March 9, 2020
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