Foxconn says that 3,000 to 4,000 workers building iPhones did not stop work yesterday.
The Taiwan-based company wants to bring in more engineers and other professionals. The move isn't to help Apple but rather to help itself.
A new investigative report that went inside one of Foxconn's busiest factories claims there are still major issues with working conditions.
Major Apple device manufacturer says a dispute occurred between factory line workers and quality assurance personnel at a plant in China, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The Apple supplier has added around 10,000 more people since late March in anticipation of the next iPhone, says the Wall Street Journal.
A Chinese news site gets a rare tour of Foxconn's plant in Zhengzhou, China, where iPhones are made -- a treat for all factory nerds, let alone Apple fans.
A China Business News story says Foxconn has begun large-scale recruitment of workers for the "iPhone 6."
Despite Foxconn's efforts to improve working conditions at its factories, a watchdog group says it has found numerous faults.
Workers at a key Foxconn facility producing iPhones went on strike earlier today, according to a report from a Chinese watchdog group.
Foxconn has denied the strike we heard about yesterday, claiming iPhone 5 production is going to plan.