Foxconn Technology Group, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturing services provider, was cast in a harsh spotlight again for using students to work overtime at its assembly lines for Apple’s iPhone X. Photo: Reuters

Meet the men and women behind the iPhone X: they’re stressed, overworked and in their teens

With a harsh spotlight cast once more on Foxconn Technology Group’s labour practices in China, some employees at Apple’s biggest supplier say their working conditions are better than at other electronics manufacturers, where salaries can get delayed or cancelled

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Foxconn Technology Group, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturing services provider, was cast in a harsh spotlight again for using students to work overtime at its assembly lines for Apple’s iPhone X. Photo: Reuters
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Jane Li

Jane Li

Jane Li is a reporter covering China’s economy and social trends. She graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a master's degree in journalism. Prior to SCMP, she worked for Bloomberg Businessweek and her stories have featured in MSNBC, Quartz and the Financial Times’ Chinese site.