Excerpt from an article in the BBC:
But Mr Jobs defended the conditions.
"You go in this place and it's a factory but, my gosh, they've got restaurants and movie theatres and hospitals and swimming pools. For a factory, it's pretty nice," he said.
Another excerpt from the same article:
The deaths have shone a spotlight on working conditions at the factory, where workers - often from rural China - work up to 12 hours a day, six days a week.
I can just imagine, my gosh, these workers at Foxconn, after their 12-hour day, swimming and eating in restaurants and watching movies in the theatres.
Here is another bit:
"Foxconn is not a sweatshop," he told a conference in the US.
And another bit from the same article:
The firm had previously said that it would offer a 20% pay increase to its Chinese workers, who earn 900 yuan (£90) per month at entry-level.