The Dark Side The Bright Side Of Apple Products


Just imagine 37 million iPhones, which is how many Apple sold in just the last three months of 2011.
On Tuesday revenues over $ 46 billion for the quarter ended December 31 was announced.
Tim Cook, the man who replaced the late years, Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, Wall Street analysts said the company could not keep up with global demand for the new iPhone 4S. “We I bet high enough,” he said.
The world is in love with Apple. . . but here’s a question: Have you ever wondered how the iPhones created?
“Shenzhen is a city of 14 million people that is larger and more dense than the city of New York. It is the third largest city in all of China. ”
The Artist Mike Daisey in his one-man show Mr. Daisey and the Apple Factory, “The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs.”
The show is a step that exposes the working conditions at a factory in Shenzhen, China, owned by a company called Foxconn, which manufactures electronic products under contract for virtually every major brand you can name, including Apple.
It is, as Daisey says in his work Mr. Daisey and the Apple Factory This program Mike Daisey talks about his trip to the Foxconn plant in China where iPhones are made. “The largest company that you’ve never heard. Foxconn more than 50 percent of all electronics in the world. ”
The Foxconn plant in Shenzhen employs more than 400,000 people.
“If you have never been in the economic engines of China, these giant buildings full of people, are simply amazing,” Daisey said. “It leaves you breathless.”
Daisey went to Shenzhen., Foxconn would not let him, so he stood outside the front door with his translator, talking to workers at shift change.
“In my first two hours of my first day at the gate, I met workers who were 14 years of age,” Daisey said. “I met with workers tenian13 years. I met the workers even had 12. Do you really think Apple does not know? ”
But what made news were suicides. . .
“While I was there in May and June 2010, which was really the peak of suicides, which were occurring with dreadful regularity,” he said, “where week after week, workers climb onto the roofs of these buildings and pulling buildings. “


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