Workers at iPhone factory strike over strict standards, poor training

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Seen those super-whiny, incredibly babyish complaints about near-microscopic nicks on new iPhone 5s?

Turns out the workers in China who put those phones together have complaints of their own.

Laborers in a Chinese factory owned by Foxconn, the manufacturer that makes iPhone 5s for Apple, have gone on strike in protest of quality control standards they say are too high, especially when paired with inadequate training on how to reach those standards.

Workers could not produce iPhones that met the standards, according to China Labor Watch.

See the story at BGR.