Though Foxconn has denied a report about a strike at an iPhone 5 (AAPL) manufacturing plant, the company did see labor disruptions last week. Foxconn has confirmed it saw "isolated incidents" on Oct. 1 and Oct. 2, and sources tell Bloomberg two shifts were lost on Friday due to worker frustration over attempts to prevent iPhone 5 cases from scratching. Some iPhone 5 buyers have already complained about case scratches, prompting a response from VP Phil Schiller.
Though Foxconn has denied a report about a strike at an iPhone 5 (AAPL) manufacturing plant, the...
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