Foxconn's Chengdu facility was teeming with applicants this week looking to lend a hand in producing Apple's next iPad, according to a recent report.
Chinese tech site MIC Gadget reported yesterday that thousands of people were lined up outside Foxconn's Chengdu plant, where it assembles Apple products, to hopefully secure a summer job. According to MIC Gadget, Foxconn had one job requirement: all applicants must have good eyesight. MIC Gadget says that those workers are being hired to handle production of the long-rumored iPad Mini.
Although Apple hasn't provided any details on a possible iPad Mini, … Read more