Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics giant who is most famous for assembling Apple’s products, did deny earlier reports of their plant in China being crippled by a strike over renewed quality control measures. In fact, they say that their production is right on track during this rather crucial time period for the fruity company from California, Apple, and we would want to go out on a limb here to say that the iPhone 5 is not the only device being referred to here, but the unicorn-like, mythical iPad mini.

According to China Labor Watch, this strike saw a total of 3,000 to 4,000 workers over at Foxconn’s Zhengzhou complex in central China participate in order to vent their anger at the over-exacting quality controls in addition to demands that they will have to slog it through the week-long National Day holiday that kicked off on Monday. Foxconn has denied this particular report, touting that the only disputes happened several days prior – being ‘brief and small’ in the process.

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