Foxconn/ HON HAI precision industry (same company), basically produces every ipad, iphone etc.
They're infamous for keeping employee conditions low, and they've recently hit a new low, using 14 year olds as interns (what an intern can do at a manufacturing plant other than assemble stuff, which would be strangely similar to a cheaper worker, its not like they're in a recruiting crisis is it).
Now while thats not exactly going to change hte world, the big squeeze on apple at hte moment, isnt demand for its products, its margin. Prices are coming down, and costs are going up. Given that easily the biggest $ amount in apples costs are payments to foxconn, if their costs change, apples costs change.
If the current margins are only able to be created because of conditions that cannot be maintained, i can only see apples costs going up. Workers dont hand back rights/conditions once they have them. I'm not saying apple is finished, but I do think its margins it was taking off its CURRENT product stream are temporary. Supernormal profits are always competed away, and staying cool in the tech space is rare.