(CNBC) — Apple supplier Foxconn has been employing students illegally work overtime to help assemble the iPhone X, the Financial Times reported Tuesday.
Six high school students told the Financial Times they would usually work 11-hour shifts to help manufacture Apple's flagship phone at a factory in Zhengzhou, China. The long hours breach Chinese laws regarding student interns.
The report said the six students interviewed were among a group of 3,000 students from Zhengzhou Urban Rail Transit School. The high schoolers said they had been sent to work at a local factory run by Taiwan-based supplier Hon Hai Precision Industry — better known as Foxconn — in September.
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