A factory which allegedly made up to 41,000 fake Apple iPhones has been raided in China, with nine arrests.
The operation reportedly involved "hundreds" of workers repackaging second hand smartphone parts as new iPhones for export, with counterfeit phones produced worth 120m yuan ($19m).
The factory was discovered on 14 May but was revealed on social media by Beijing's public security bureau on Sunday, according to reports.
The operation was set up in January.
It was led by a husband and wife team, on the northern outskirts of the Chinese capital, according to Beijing authorities.
They said they had been alerted to the factory by US authorities which had seized some of the fake phones.