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: Where can I find cool clothes for kids on the cheap? White House 'concerned' about EU tax penalty on Apple Runaway housing growth in Toronto and Vancouver: TD Agrium, Potash Corp. reportedly in advanced merger negotiations Best bets for investing in Canadian banks Abercrombie struggles for sales Apple slapped with up to 13 billion euro tax bill European markets eye Friday’s U.S. jobs data Lotte probe exposes flaws of Korea Inc Frustration sparks U.S. insurance grading website China's buying spree hits new heights Kevin O'Leary weighs in on Trudeau's visit to China: 'We're hurting, we need new money' Energy East hearings in Montreal cancelled after protests Demand for cars boosts U.S. consumer spending Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Scotia Wealth’s Stan Wong Mylan to launch generic EpiPen Pope meets Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg Personal Investor: Low-cost ways to invest in China German Vice-Chancellor: U.S.-EU free-trade talks have failed Strong case for rate hike: Yellen AAPL-QApple IncLatest Price$106.000.00(0.00%)Updated August 30 4:00 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?