Apple, Microsoft, Sony, and other companies have repeatedly come under scrutiny in recent months and years for the conditions under which their high-tech gadgets are made.

Reporter Rob Schmitz visited Foxconn's Longhua facility in Shenzhen, China. The video from his trip shows the actual process of making an iPad, which is surprisingly fascinating. It's one thing to get a look at the inside of a PC or a console; we're used to being able to access those parts. But Apple's devices are infamously sleek and their design deliberately hides not only the parts within, but the idea that there are parts within. From motherboard to touchscreen, here's a look at the bits that make the magic happen.

VIDEO: Watch an iPad get made from the Foxconn factory floor [American Public Media]