The report Monday by China Labor Watch said it found violations of the law and of Apple's pledges about working conditions at facilities operated by Pegatron Corp., a Taiwanese company.
Apple said in a statement it was "committed to providing safe and fair working conditions" and would investigate the claims. Pegatron, in a separate statement, also promised to investigate.
Apple said an investigator for the company confirmed one accusation by China Labor Watch -- that Pegatron was holding the identity cards of some workers -- and ordered the company to stop.
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