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Tim Hate Worker Mistreatment

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Apple CEO Tim Cook says he is never thought that happen by a series of New York Times reports alleging worker mistreatment and neglect at Chinese factories that assemble the company's iPhones, iPads, and other devices.( Restore iPod without iTunes )
The Times has painted an unflattering picture of Apple's China operations in its "iEconomy" series of reports this week, initially depicting "Foxconn City"--a Chinese manufacturing hub named for the contractor that builds Apple's iOS devices among other electronic gadgets--as a company town where employees live in barracks and work 12-hour shifts, six days a week, for less than $17 a day. One anecdote depicted employees being roused in the middle of the night, given a biscuit and tea, then put to the task of putting new glass screens on iPhones.( data recovery software for mac )
Tim said:"Every year we inspect more factories, raising the bar for our partners and going deeper into the supply chain," Cook said in his email to Apple employees. "As we reported earlier this month, we've made a great deal of progress and improved conditions for hundreds of thousands of workers. We know of no one in our industry doing as much as we are, in as many places, touching as many people."
We're not sure whether his attitude is fake or real, at least they know that hurt all people feeling.
Even effect their products, that's good aspect.

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