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Foxconn India iPhone 12 output cut in half from ongoing COVID-19 outbreak

India’s latest COVID-19 outbreak is causing production issues for Apple assembly partner Foxconn, with worker infections causing iPhone 12 production to fall to less than half the usual level.On Saturday, Foxconn revealed that 10 Chinese engineers in its Chennai facility had been infected with COVID-19. However, reports suggest the outbreak is worse than first thought, with more than 100 employees said to have been infected.Foxconn is enforcing a no-entry ban at its Chennai facility until late May, sources of Reuters claims. “Employees are only allowed to leave but not to enter the facility since yesterday, according to one source. “Only a small part of output is being kept.” Read more…
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