In a skit, tech pundits criticize the iPhone 5 while the workers show disdain for them complaining about minutiae.(video follows)
The FoxConn workers obviously don't care about screen size, pixel density, specs, smudges and the other minute details that most reviewers now bash on new smartphones.
The workers can barely afford a plain basic cell phone nonetheless the iPhone 5 which would cost more than a month's salary.
The Tech Talk bashes the nerds who hate the iPhone 5's Apple maps, purple photo haze and thinness. When the tech pundits see the workers, they are scared, want to leave and to withdraw complaints.
The workers are beyond sarcastic and sardonic:
"We don't need maps because we sleep where we work," one worker explains.
"My brother has handbag too. He lose hand. Keep in a bag until he can afford to attach it back."
The workers' bugs are not software bugs but bed bugs, lice are the best bugs.
The brilliant mockery, helps us see that we have placed way too much importance on smartphones. Have we?
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