Fewer people are buying new iPhones from Apple than ever before.
That's had a knock-on effect on the Chinese factory workers who assemble the iPhone for major Apple supplier Foxconn.
According to the South China Morning Post, workers are lining up to resign after seeing a reduction in wages of up to 25% and losing perks, such as free laundry.
Foxconn reportedly relies on Apple for about quarter of its business.
Apple's declining iPhone sales have had a knock-on effect on the poorly paid factory...
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