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On October 13, Apple’s iPhone 12 is running round the clock in the factory


Rabindra Dhungel, 2 october 2020. Apple was expected to unveil the much-awaited iPhone 12 this September. But no information about the iPhone 12 was given at the September product launch event organized via video conference. Meanwhile, work is in full swing in Chinese factories to produce the iPhone 12. According to the South China Morning Post, the iPhone 12 is currently being produced 24 hours a day at the China-based factory of Taiwanese multinational technology company Foxconn.









According to the news, the workers in the iPhone factory have not been given leave and have been forced to work overtime. Workers are working day and night to produce the iPhone 12 at the highest capacity. The Foxconn Company has hired workers across the country without giving them leave. Despite the high workload and stress, workers at the iPhone 12 manufacturer are taking it as an opportunity to earn maximum money. The company is currently providing bonuses, allowances and various other cash incentives to hard working workers. People are eager to work even more on national holidays. Because according to Chinese labor law, those who work the first three days of the Mid-Autumn holiday have to pay a hefty salary.






In this way, the workers are getting higher salary than before. Apple is expected to unveil four models of the iPhone 12 soon. Five-G will run on these phones. Apple, which did not release the new iPhone in September, has announced that it will release the iPhone 12 version on October 13. According to a report by Apple Insider, the pre-order of iPhone 12 will start from October 16. The new iPhone is said to support Five G. There are rumors that the iPhone 12 will not have earpods and chargers this year. Apple recently announced that the power adapter will be removed from the Apple Watch box. Accordingly, it is estimated that the iPhone 12 will not have a charger and earpod. Such rumors have been circulating in the market since Apple released the second son of iOS 14.2 on Wednesday.










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