Apple's partner Foxconn is again in blue weather, this is after former allegations of unreasonable working conditions at the company's factories.
This time, the Financial Times reports that 3,000 students from a Zhengzhou school were forced to work to eleven hours a day to assemble components to Iphone X.
– We are forced by our school to work here. The job has nothing to do with our studies, says one of the students involved in the article.
The school in question says that three-month "internship" is a requirement for graduation, but the procedure may violate Chinese law.
Foxconn and Apple claim that everything has been entitled to , with the possible exception that the students worked a little more hours than they should.