Investigation unveils poor conditions in Apple factories, but it’s not entirely Apple’s fault

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A BBC investigation into working conditions in Apple’s iPhone factories in China has unveiled poor conditions, despite the company’s claims to the contrary. For the BBC’s piece, a reporter was sent in to work undercover and film working conditions. The video uncovers workers that are forced to work without breaks and for days on end without a day off. The undercover reporter said that they were required to do 18 days straight with no day off. This isn’t the first time that Apple’s come under fire for poor factory conditions. A report in 2012 revealed suicides, rioting and endless other…



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