Here’s How iPads Are Manufactured

By Sidharth | Apple

Nearly a quarter million people (mostly immigrants) in Shenzhen work for $14 a day to bring Apple iPad to us.

Here is an interesting video shot by Rob Schmitz who talks about the workers at Foxconn factory in China and how iPads are manufactured every day by them.

See the highlights on how iPad production process takes place inside the Foxconn factory:

According to Schmitz, hundreds of people line up at the Foxconn factory every day to get a job. And the rest of them, who are already working at Foxconn, work and stay (over 50,000 of these workers live on campus in shared dorm rooms) in the factory.

Related: Foxconn to manufacture Mac minis in the USA

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Hi, I am Sidharth. Full-time blogger. Editor of Blogote. And a self-proclaimed geek!

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