iPhone and iPad manufacturer Pegatron saw its revenues rise in February, while fellow Apple supply partner Foxconn saw its revenues fall.

Digitimes reports that Pegatron posted revenues of $1.7bn for the month, a rise of 7.82 percent month-on-month and 159.95 percent year-on-year.

Meanwhile Foxconn's revenue fell to $7.98bn in February, a fall of 13.88 percent month-on-month but up 54.73 percent year-on-year.

Both companies have seen their roles as Apple's key manufacturing partners come under scrutiny in recent months after allegations of poor working conditions. Apple has invited the Fair Labor Association (FLA) to inspect plants belonging to both companies.