In China? For a company working for Apple?
Ha! HAHA! HAHAHAHAAHAHAAAAA!
Yeah, so... they've got not chance. If Apple's high-paying users can't get useful support for serious problems, how do you think they'll treat the guys/gals(/kids?) who operate the polishers (probably the same lovely, lovely n-hexane polishers that were making sick / killing their employees, IIRC...)?
Also interesting- one of Apple's flagship products- currently in the middle of an undoubtedly expensive ad campaign- which is already known to have supply issues (or at least they deliberately don't make enough so they can claim 'supply issues' and 'sold out in 10 minutes'), loses it's supply. And nothing happens on the stock exchange. I'd be selling if I was an Apple investor- explosions tend to mean 'long term downtime', which is bad.
Especially when it's in the polishing section of a company built on being shiny.