Apple supplier Foxconn has stopped building iPhones and other products in Shenzhen, China after local authorities put the city into lockdown over a fresh COVID-19 outbreak.
Foxconn is set to reopen its troubled plant in India on Wednesday following worker complaints and food poisoning issues.
Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn will see its Chennai, India plan remain closed this week following protests relating to a food poisoning incident, according to a new report.
Apple's largest iPhone manufacturing site in China has been hit with flooding, leading Foxconn to temporarily lose power in the facility.
Two of Apple's partners are going to benefit from an announcement that will see them pocket up tp 4% cashback on sales of products built in India.
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