Apple’s Need for Slave Labor Clearly Overrides their Argument that a U.S. Plant is Impossible due to Supply Chain Issues

There have been many articles written about Apple’s iPhone slave labor camps in China over the years and at the bottom of today’s report I’ve listed a few in a random list. The BBC had announced on December 15, 2015 that they had created a documentary called “Apple’s Broken Promises.” You could review the full BBC documentary here. Below is just a snippet of that documentary.

Patently Apple wrote a damning report against the BBC report titled “The BBC Report About Apple is Motivated by Politics and Unions.” At the end of that report I listed a series of other reports that I had written on the matter to that date – all pro Apple… read more

Another article on how Apple treats employees: Inside One of the World’s Most Secretive iPhone Factories

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