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Workers are fleeing the iPhone factory en masse due to inhumane conditions. Very soon, the production of smartphones may collapse by 30%

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A lot of photos and videos have appeared on the network, which show how employees of the Foxconn plant are fleeing the enterprise with their belongings, climbing over fences.

Workers at Foxconn’s largest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, China are leaving the factory en masse due to inhumane working conditions and severe restrictions associated with another outbreak of COVID-19, Business Insider reports.

Workers are fleeing the iPhone factory en masse due to inhumane conditions.  Very soon, the production of smartphones may collapse by 30%

The facility, located in Zhengzhou, in the central Chinese province of Henan, employs more than 200,000 people. They make most of the iPhones in the world. A factory in Zhengzhou has been placed under lockdown measures, causing workers’ quality of life to plummet. They are forced to work, eat and sleep at the factory. At the same time, many employees of the enterprise are not supposed to have food – only those who work directly on the conveyor receive it. Workers infected with COVID-19 were provided with only basic necessities, as well as bread and instant noodles.

Foxconn said it continues to take measures to prevent the pandemic in Zhengzhou Park, including the establishment of a 24-hour employee hotline. Foxconn added that the outbreak is stabilizing and workers are running out of essentials.

Foxconn claims to have the situation under control, providing all employees with food and medicine, and buses for those who wish to leave. However, some media believe that the manufacturer is hiding the real scale of what is happening and the outflow of workers, which is why iPhone production at Foxconn factories may fall by 30% very soon.

Apple did not respond to a Business Insider request for comment.

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“The era of Samsung’s dominance in 10x zoom shots is over,” Galaxy S22 Ultra vs. Vivo X90 Pro+ compared

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Reliable insider Ice Universe has posted some more comparison photos comparing the 10x zoom capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and Vivo X90 Pro+.

“The era of Samsung’s dominance in 10x zoom shots is over,” Ice Universe said commenting on these shots, adding that he has taken hundreds of similar comparison photos that leave no doubt about the advantage of Vivo X90 Pro +.

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Recall that the Vivo X90 Pro + received the main image sensor Sony IMX989 optical format 1 inch and Zeiss optics, consisting of eight elements. He also received a periscope module with a 64-megapixel OmniVision OV64B sensor, which provides 100x zoom. In addition, the Vivo X90 Pro + debuted a 50-megapixel Sony IMX758 sensor.

Yesterday, the same insider already published a comparison of these smartphones at night, stating a large gap between them.

Ice Universe was the first to accurately talk about the new trend of smartphones with waterfall screens, the notch in the iPhone X, the new design of the iPhone 14 and Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor. Recently, he was the first to accurately report that Redmi Note 12 Pro + will receive a 200-megapixel main camera. Exclusive information about new products is leaked to him by sources in the research and development department of the South Korean giant.

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Mass riots in the “city of the iPhone” showed on video. iPhone 14 deliveries to one of the Apple stores in Latvia have stopped

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Well-known insider Ben Geskin, who lives in Latvia, published a video that shows clashes between workers and the security service of the Foxconn plant.

He also reported that the supply of new iPhone 14 smartphones to one of the local Apple stores had completely stopped.

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One of my friends just went to our local Apple Store and asked about orders for the iPhone 14. He was told that the supply of smartphones has completely stopped. New orders will take a very long time. The iPhone is good, but I feel most sorry for those people who are locked in the Foxconn factory.

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According to Reuters, by the end of November, a further reduction in the supply of iPhone smartphones is expected. Tens of thousands of employees left iPhone City after receiving $1,400 each from Foxconn.

Ben Geskin regularly posts interesting concept art and renders based on rumors and various leaks. He was the first to publish accurate renderings of the iPhone X and iPhone 14, as well as a number of other new products from Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi and other companies.

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Americans set an absolute record for spending on Black Friday. They bought smartphones, consoles, drones and games

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Americans set an absolute record for spending on Black Friday

US consumers spent a record $9.12 billion online during Black Friday this year, according to Adobe, which tracks sales on retailer websites.

Total online sales the day after Thanksgiving rose 2.3% year-on-year, with electronics the biggest contributor, with online sales up 221% over the past year. Another popular category among buyers were games, which saw a 285% increase in sales, and exercise equipment, which saw a 218% increase in sales.

Buy Now, Pay Later payments are up 78% from last week and revenue from the program is up. Some of this year’s hottest merchandise included gaming consoles, drones, Apple MacBooks, Dyson products, and games like Fortnite, Roblox, Bluey, Funko Pop! and Disney Encanto.

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Black Friday shoppers also broke the record for mobile device orders, with 48% of online sales coming from smartphones, up from 44% last year.

The record spending followed a successful Thanksgiving shopping day, when consumers forked online for a record high of $5.29 billion, up 2.9% from last year.

Even though Black Friday is over, e-commerce activity will remain strong over the weekend, according to an Adobe report. $11.2 billion is expected to be spent this year on Cyber ​​Monday, up 5.1% from last year.

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