No, because there is no difference between a human being and a new iPhone. Neither one needs to sustain itself on what it earns. Neither one has dignity or self-awareness. Neither one has a purpose in its life.Neither a human worker nor an iPhone suffers when they are unable to properly care of their children.
Workers are simply another object, another factor of production. You would not worry about the dignity of the metal ingots that are the raw material of production, why care about the workers? If a manufacturer can save by substituting an inferior type of metal, why shouldn't they? Highly skilled domestic workers are just a highly expensive easily substituted factor of production.