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Foxconn = Vizio's second largest shareholder.
watch the video (if you have a soul).http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=KpCn2AGdJh4&feature=player_embedded&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DKpCn2AGdJh4%26feature%3Dplayer_embedded
  Apparently you must not be in manufacturing. Watch this video to give yourself an education how extreme low wages and slavery go hand and hand @
You might just have some other sort of problem because I'm not a bleeding heart liberal, I'm just a Libertarian who believes that our choices have consequences, and the things we make (or choose not to make) deeply effects us both individually and collectively.   I buy Apple products because I believe they are less-bad than other brands, but I have hope that Apple can and will do better and shed light in dark areas of the electronic industries supply chain.
So the fact that very poor people from rural areas China stand in line to work in factories in urban China mean that they have true economic and political freedom? It's like poor southern slaves standing in line at the neighboring plantation because that plantation will beat them slightly less or give them a little extra food at the end of the day. The poor chinese worker cant freely leave china and regardless where they work they are kept poor and powerless under a...
Basically their commercial says that their products are great because they are designed by really over paid 'free' Californians and built by mostly by really poor 'slave-like' Chinese that they don't want to mention. The only different from this and the old slave plantations of the south is that Apple has better advertising.
The commercial sheds light on the BS of the marketing campaign. We (obedient media sheep) are supposedly told to care more where a product is designed than where it was made. Both are equally important.
Just in time for curved 4k displays to be available at launch.
The "Big Curved Desktop" as mentioned by Steve Jobs in 2007 @ http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=OhDL48ulKyw&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DOhDL48ulKyw It was mentioned that the new Mac Pro can support three 4K displays and in the link below shows what three curved 4k displays linked together look like @ http://www.engadget.com/2013/04/17/lg-curved-oled-launch-second-half-of-2013/ In action@ http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=GiimFcnMosM&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DGiimFcnMosM
Well, about 4+ years ago Steve Jobs mentioned the future of displays going curved. I just wonder if Apple will be saving that cool 'one more thing' for when the Mac Pro actually gets closer to launching.  
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