Rioting iPhone plant’s COVID lockdown ends, but it has already cost Apple billions



Foxconn’s iPhone City is no longer in the middle of a COVID-19 lockdown, allowing it to begin to return to full manufacturing capacity.

The Zhengzhou plant, dubbed iPhone City because it’s the largest iPhone assembly factory on the planet, normally houses more than 200,000 workers but has been running at reduced capacity for weeks thanks to COVID-19 breakouts. It’s also been the scene of worker riots over conditions and pay issues of late, too.





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