Apple IFactory TV Documentary Airs Tomorrow. Watch Teaser

Posted: Feb 20 2012, 9:07am CST | by , Updated: Feb 20 2012, 9:20am CST, in News | Apple

Apple iFactory TV Documentary Airs Tomorrow. Watch Teaser

ABC Nightline gets an unprecedented look at the Apple factory partners in China. See how the iPad and the iPhone get made. Apple has taken the offensive play to work against the bad PR they got because of worker conditions in China. Now Apple claims their factories are at the highest standards compared to others, but is that good enough.

ABC Nightline will air a unique documentary tomorrow titled IFactory: Inside Apple. Set your TiVos to 11:35pm ET/PT, Feb. 21. Nightline Anchor Bill Weir is going inside of the Foxconn factories to give us a close encounter of how the iPad, iPhone and other Apple products are made.

I do not think this report will uncover something outrageous. Apple has taken its time to fix as much as needed to let a camera team into the factory. The question is though if they have done enough and if all factories are at the same standards?

Watch the ABC teaser for the IFactory: Inside Apple documentary below and read this report by Bill Weir on ABC News.

It is also worth mentioning that ABC belongs to Disney and that the Steve Jobs Trust is the largest shareholder.

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