The best way to make a head chef angry is to send your plate back to the kitchen during a busy lunch rush. Well, Apple just reportedly sent between five and eight million iPhones back to contract manufacturer Foxconn’s kitchen over quality control issues.
The Register took a stab
at estimating the cost to Foxconn and came up with a 1.6 billion dollar hit, adding to other recently revealed revenue woes.
Apple’s strict quality control guidelines have landed one of their chief manufacturers,
Foxconn, in some serious trouble. From Gabriel Saldana.