Long hours for China's iPad makers

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Apple's new iPad goes on sale on Friday.

The electronics giant says its Supplier Code of Conduct ensures that all workers are safe, fairly paid and well rested, wherever they are in the world.

But the BBC has spoken to workers who make iPad parts in one factory in China. They say that low wages mean they have little choice but to work excessively long hours.

John Sudworth reports from Shanghai.

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