The world’s biggest iPhone factory has lost 100,000 workers fleeing COVID lockdowns, a third of its workforce



The world’s largest iPhone factory needs 100,000 workers to resume full production capacity, according to a new report, indicating that up to a third of workers have quit the plant. 

SCMP reported Thursday that the state-backed magazine China Newsweek is reporting that “the world’s largest iPhone factory, operated by Apple supplier Foxconn Technology Group, is in need of 100,000 workers to resume full production capacity in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou.” 





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