Recently, images related to the development of the next generation of iPhone phones have been leaked, whether or not these leaks are real, the vast majority of the leaked photos are typically from employees of manufacturing companies in the supply chain of Apple such as Foxconn.
In fact, just a few weeks ago, we discovered three-dimensional images of a supposed model of the iPhone 13 Pro. Some images which, incidentally, confirm many of the rumors suggesting that the device will have a “notch” with a smaller size, a bulge for the rear camera and a screen with thin bezels.
We now know of very interesting news which affects the production of Apple smartphones. As reported by sources familiar with the company’s supply chain, Foxconn is looking to increase its workforce to increase the production volume of the iPhone 13 line.
Foxconn will increase its number of workers
South China Morning Post news shows Foxconn is taking action to expand your team of employees offer additional compensation to new members in Zhengzhou, China.
The bonus for new Foxconn employees will be 953 dollars as long as they agree to work 90 days and have been in service for 55 days.
From Foxconn, they declined to comment on the issue of additional payments, they simply mentioned that it was “a matter of company policy and commercial sensitivity”.
Anyway, everything indicates that these payments are a sign that Foxconn is preparing to manufacture the new iPhone 13 models. In principle, Apple’s new line of smartphones will begin marketing from September.