Hey Apple, did you know your factory in Taiyuan, China, just shut down because 2,000 employees started a riot? Authorities say it was caused by a "personal dispute," but NPR believes unjust labour conditions had a lot to do with it.
This makes sense if you think about the string of suicides that have occurred at Apple factories over the past two years. Or the explosion at an Apple factory last year that killed two people. Or the report from China Labor Watch earlier this year that found "deplorable working conditions" in Apple's entire supply chain.
So Apple, maybe it's time to focus on the labour conditions in your factories instead of the latest "revolutionary" iPhone feature? Otherwise, you'll just be these guys forever:
If you agree that Apple should rethink their priorities, share this with everyone you know.