Apple sold more iPhones last year than anyone could have imagined.I assume that most of this work would also be of the highly repetitive, assembly line type; and as such, limited work hours of even 60 hours a week seems to be pushing the limits of reasonable.
But the company found that a lower percentage of factories assembling
its products complied with a policy preventing excessive work hours.
The company's policy limits factory workers to a 60-hour workweek. Apple
said it had found that 92 per cent of the more than 1.1 million workers
in its supply chain worked no more than 60 hours a week last year,
compared with 95 per cent in 2013.
I do not care for the Apple company...