9to5 Mac provided a video from inside the Foxconn Company. Rob Schmitz, the reporter that made the video highlights the assembly process of an iPad gadget and goes further in the assembly line at the company’s plant in Shangai.
As described in the video, workers are kids between 18-25 years old, the majority of them being migrant ones. When first staring, employees receive $14 a day, switching positions every few days.
So take a look at how iPads are built and tested.