This video is part of a series that won a Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting on April 15, 2013 . See the entire iECONOMY series here

Workers assembling iPads, iPhones and other products often work in abusive and sometimes deadly conditions. At a factory in Chengdu, employees of Foxconn offer a glimpse inside their factory.

This video is part of the New York Times' series "The iEconomy." Articles in this series are examining challenges posed by increasingly globalized high-tech industries.

See also:
• Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad
• Poll Finds Consumer Confusion on Where Apple Devices Are Made
• How the U.S. Lost Out on iPhone Work

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