Activists say anger that technology companies will stop production.IPhoneSE, because the average palm of the female is shorter than the average male, the female needs to buy smaller equipment. Caroline Criado-Perez, a feminist activist, says the new phone is too big and her hands have caused repeated wear and tear.
Sophie Walker, leader of the Women's Equality Party, told the Daily Telegraph: "The pay gap between men and women at Apple's UK headquarters is 24% and the bonuses for men are 57% higher than those for women. So I think the elite men will consider women when making design decisions? Of course not. "
"In a company like Apple, women have equal rights at the top, just as in all areas of business, politics and the public sector, women's needs are always considered after the fact."
Sam Smethers, chief executive of the Fawcett Society, a women's rights group, agrees: "Whether it's services, products or jobs, if we can design products for women, then we'll improve women's lives, and we'll all benefit from them. Yes. "