Tech Apple's China manufacturing model under threat Add to ... Reuters Published Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 6:25AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 6:52AM EDT Companies like Foxconn, which assembles most of the world's iPads and iPhones, are struggling to find workers to fill their massive facilities as more young Chinese shun the factory floor. Watch More Video: Why an Apple developer thinks the tech giant is headed for a BlackBerry-style fall Bombardier cuts forecast for business jet demand Best Buy issues weak outlook Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Scotiabank's Jaime Carrasco Twitter introduces 4 big changes so you can write longer tweets Obama touts TPP to Vietnam Evacuation orders lifted for oil sands workers Battle lines drawn in France oil strikes Singapore orders BSI bank unit shut Anger as fracking gets green light in U.K. Justin Trudeau in Japan for G7 summit AXA to quit tobacco investments Tribune rejects Gannett's bid again Power struggle at top of Viacom continues Should I take money out of my RRSP to buy a house? Retailers brace to unload inventory Why Target is getting hit with lawsuits Unifor: Potential for second Bombardier production line NEB explains the thought process behind Trans Mountain conditions G7 to agree on 'go your own way' approach AAPL-QApple IncLatest Price$97.72+1.29(+1.33%)Updated May 24 2:10 PM EDT. Delayed by at least 15 minutes. Comments AA More Related to this Story Let's Talk Investing Video: Why active saving is making a comeback Real estate Video: Is the Vancouver housing market cooling too quickly?