Your iPad was Manufactured by Exploited Chinese Workers
This Chinese factory worker labors 60 hours a week for low wages and was told that if she were interviewed by foreign media, she'd be criminally investigated.
I'm sure she's happy to have the job and considers it a step up from even worse work in the countryside. And I'm not suggesting that all the companies that do business in China pull up stakes (only to set them down again in Vietnam or Indonesia). But of all companies out there, you'd think Apple could afford to provide its workers with better conditions. They're still making more than 30 percent profit margin on their products, while their competitors are fighting over crummy 4 to 6 percent margins.