iPhone supplier apologises after protests break out

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An iPhone manufacturer has apologised after protests break out. Foxconn, an Apple supplier, has issued an apology for a “technical error” with its payment software that delayed payment at a factory in the city of Zhengzhou in China, which prompted a mass walk out that was live streamed. Those sharing the footage claim that police were violent with those seeking their wages. A worker told the BBC News that the matter has been rectified. They said they were in an ongoing communication process with the impacted employees about their missing pay and bonuses In October, increasing levels of COVID-1…

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