Foxconn protests tipped to cut China iPhone output 30%

Foxconn protests tipped to cut China iPhone output 30%

Disruptions at Hon Hai Technology Group’s (Foxconn) largest facility in China could reduce production of iPhones by at least 30 per cent this month, as the country’s zero-Covid 19 (coronavirus) policy sparked widespread worker protests, Reuters reported. A source told the news agency it would not be possible for Foxconn to get back to full capacity by the end of November, given the scale of the labour unrest. Foxconn reportedly offered to pay recently-hired workers CNY10,000 ($1,396) to resign and …