“Today the BBC has announced that a new TV programme called ‘Apple’s Broken Promises’ will be airing shortly on the net after it’s been broadcast on BBC TV,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple.
“It’s not going to be a very Apple friendly programme to be sure,” Purcher reports. “Whether any part of the BBC’s special programme will borrow from China Labor Watch’s report titled ‘Two Years of Broken Promises,’ is unknown at this time.”
Purcher reports, “The BBC is scheduled to air this special programme this coming Thursday.”
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Apple is the most valuable brand on the planet, making products that everyone wants – but how are its workers treated when the world isn’t looking? Panorama goes undercover in China to show what life is like for the workers making the iPhone 6. And it’s not just the factories. Reporter Richard Bilton travels to Indonesia to find children working in some of the most dangerous mines in the world. But is the tin they dig out by hand finding its way into Apple’s products?
MacDailyNews Take: Wonderful.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]