And how in Foxconn there are so many iPhone? Because it is a Taiwanese multinational that manufactures custom-made electronics, including Apple's flagship smartphone. The alleged guilty party attends the name of Tsai and worked in the device testing department at the Foxconn branch in China.
I think at this point all we ask the same question: How does a person steals 5,700 iPhone in less than two years without anyone noticing? So easy, training up to eight different employees to steal the iPhone and get them out of the vicinity of the company. The plan was great: in the inventory the terminals appeared as discarded, but were later sold, reporting a benefit to Tsai and his accomplices of more than 1.56 million dollars.
The trap has been discovered by an internal audit and as expected, the individual has been fired from a fulminant and now have to face justice Asian country. If found guilty, he could face up to 10 years in prison.
Interestingly, this is not the first time something similar happens with the employees of Foxconn. Also in 2014, five former workers were accused of accepting up to $ 5 million in bribes from suppliers to be favored during the material selection process.