The iPhone factory is back to normal.
The 56-day lockdown at Foxconn’s Zhengzhou facility was lifted this week, Reuters learned yesterday. Until now, the iPhone assembly facility has had to operate in lockdown, preventing employees from leaving the campus and making full use of public spaces like cafeterias. The conditions of detention did not suit many workers, resulting in tens of thousands of them leaving the campus after riots and protests.
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Now Foxconn expects to restore the full operation of the enterprise by the end of this month or the beginning of next. Losses from all the above events in November alone are estimated at several million unreleased iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max copies, but all these estimates are unofficial. Foxconn founder Terry Gou, who wrote to them over a month ago about the threat of losing China’s position as a leading supplier of electronic devices as a result of the implementation of a zero tolerance policy, was rumored to have tried to influence the decision of the Chinese authorities to lift the lockdown. to COVID-19.