iPhone Factory In China Catches Fire

iPhone factory in China, which is own by Foxconn, catches fire last on Sunday. It causes several floors burnt. Luckily, the company reported there were no casualties. Foxconn also added the incident will not delay their iPhone production assembly line. The incident is believe caused by the central air conditioning fan and ventilation ducts on the roof.


Previously, Foxconn gives their workers an extra long holiday due to the slow demand of the new iPhone. The government of China gives Foxconn about $12 million as compensation for not released any of their workers. Apple on the hand tries to adjust their stock after the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are not sell as expected. Consumers are waiting for the new smaller 4-inch iPhone and the all new iPhone 7.

(via Neowin)

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