Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Foxconn, reportedly used a group of 3,000 students from Zhengzhou Urban Rail Transit School to help assemble the iPhone X.
Apple supplier Foxconn illegally hired students to work overtime to build the iPhone X, according to The Financial Times.
More than five years ago, three other Foxconn plants in China were found to be in breach of numerous health and safety regulations, exceeding working hours - including some employees working for more than 11 days straight - and being over-reliant on student labour.
Lions' Caldwell plays down Vikings game
His decision to challenge the spot after a pass to the 2 - leading to a lost fumble - in that game drew plenty of second guesses. They gave up 222 yards rushing against the Bears after Cleveland ran for 201 last against them last week.
Six students who were working at Foxconn's factory in Zhengzhou, China told the Financial Times that they "routinely" work 11 hours a day on the iPhone X assembly line.
All of the work conducted was voluntary, "and compensated appropriately", Foxconn said. According to Chinese law, high school students are not allowed to work that many hours. Foxconn said it has taken action to correct the situation and will review the internship program to ensure that it's in compliance and that the event "will not be repeated". "We are being forced by our school to work here ..."
In a response to the FT, Apple said an audit did find instances of student interns working overtime, adding that they were employed voluntarily, were compensated and provided benefits, but that they shouldn't have been allowed to work overtime. Apple told the media outlet that it was aware that student interns were "working overtime at a supplier factory in China". For the iPhone X - which faced production delays due to new components such as the TrueDepth suite of cameras and sensors, which enable facial recognition - the pressure to meet demand and the need for more seasonal workers were greater than in past years, says the Financial Times.
Zeng said he worked 12 hours a day screwing "1,800 screws into 1,800 iPhones" six days a week.
BuzzFeed reports that Conyers' office paid the woman over $27,000 to settle the complaint under a confidentiality agreement. Conyers said from his Detroit home Tuesday that he hasn't settled any sexual harassment complaints with any staff members.
Mr Cavuto left Fox News viewers furious over his criticism of the President, with some calling for the presenter to be fired. The NFL running back was photographed sitting during the USA national anthem, but standing when Mexico's was sung.
Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition will introduce these new moves, along with Arcade Mode and Extra Battle Mode. Players should expect plenty of additions, such as new abilities, new mixups and even new combo extenders .
Mesri leaked some of the stolen data over the Internet onto websites he controlled, U.S. federal prosecutors allege. Attorney's Office, Southern District of NY office, to formally announce the charges.
Tether's "critical announcement" of the mess offered no detail about how it was cracked, but promised a thorough investigation. The company said in a statement that someone removed funds from the core Tether Treasury wallet through "malicious action".
Russian authorities have confirmed that there has been increased radioactivity in the country, the Guardian reported. Ruthenium-106 is a product of splitting atoms in a reactor, and is also used in certain medical treatments.
The smartphone would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor clubbed with 3GB/4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB internal storage. Some rumors are saying that the phone will come up with extra large feature and people are surely going to love it for sure.
Xiaomi Mi Note 3 debuts with dual camera, Snapdragon 660
This new model of Mi Note 3 comes with the the same set of specifications as the standard model, except the memory configuration. For connectivity, Xiaomi is offering dual sim, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C and NFC.
Taiwan's global talent ranking unchanged at 23rd
The study chimes with another report earlier this year which also placed Switzerland top for attracting and developing talent. In Eastern Europe, Estonia is the highest-ranking country at 29th, followed by Lithuania (33rd) and Poland (34th).
CJI critical of another petition to stop release of Padmavati
The Supreme Court on Monday (November 20) was critical of yet another petition, filed to stop the release of the film Padmavati . It also said the court can not direct the CBFC to decide a matter in a particular manner as it was for the Board to take a call.