Yesterday ABC aired a documentary called “A Trip to The iFactory” where they tried to depict the conditions Chinese workers at Foxconn have to live in.

We don’t want to spoil it for you, but you’re not going to learn much more than you already knew about Foxconn. However, it’s still interesting to have a glimpse at where your iPhone and iPad are made…

To watch the documentary, go to ABC’s website.

Unfortunately, there is no way to see this directly from your iPhone or iPad. I also doubt you can watch this video outside the United States, but you might still want to give it a try.

UPDATE: Thanks iDB reader cruzcontrol1001 for pointing us out to this YouTube video:

If you can’t watch the video, then make sure to read our recap of the documentary.

So, have you learned anything new? Has this documentary changed your perception of how your iDevices are made?

  • “You appear to be outside the United States or its territories. Due to international rights agreements, we only offer this video to viewers located within the United States and its territories.”
    FFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-

  • Anonymous

    You appear to be outside the United States or its territories. Due to international rights agreements, we only offer this video to viewers located within the United States and its territories.

    O M G!!!!

  • Please, anyone, if you have a link to a version of this without location lock, please post it here. It is so unfair that europeans can’t watch this.

  • Eric Morgan

    You can absolutely directly get this on our iPad. Download the abc news app. Go to programs. Nightline. And watch it. What savvy tech bloggers we have here. Sheesh.

  • cruzcontrol1001

    Your welcome Sebastian

  • I just watched it here with my iPhone and I am in Spain

  • Anonymous

    Wow…

  • loks nice 😛

  • Kok Hean

    Works fine in Singapore.

    • cruzcontrol1001

      That’s because your watching from YouTube now it was coming off abc’s site before

  • Wow I appreciate my iPhone even more

  • Anonymous

    Geezuz….no surprise they try to kill theirselves.

    Imagine if you have 18-20 years old (if not less), far from your family, most likely the first time in your life that you are away from your village. Your daily routine is to carve 6000 Apple logos in iPad cases during 12 hours. After this, you will not go home, but in a room shared with 8 strangers. No friends, no life. Low wages.

    Man, this is something that for sure is difficult for anybody to withstand. But, in the end of the day, this job is a helpful source of money for them, so this explain that sea of people trying to get a job in the production lines of Foxconn.

    If you think that you have a thought life, you must see this video….

  • Ian Cleaver

    I can watch it, and I’m within Europe…