iPhone 7 forbidden in China
The employees of a Chinese company must not bring an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus to work, otherwise they would simply get fired. A corresponding notice was found in several companies. The notice was apparently made on September 18. Since that day is the anniversary of the invasion by the Japanese in 1931, it seems to be related to the prohibition.
The people should boycott foreign products even though the devices are produced for Apple by the Chinese pavers Foxconn. If China would completely do without iPhones, several jobs would disappear. And that is surely no less unpatriotic. Even a hospital forbade it's employees the expensive top models to practice thrift and prevent a throwaway mentality.
11/15/16, 12:00 AM