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Workers at Foxconn's Brazil plant could strike next week, but such an action is unlikely to affect the supply of Apple products at this point.
According to a new report, Apple's next iPad -- or at least the smaller version of it -- is already being produced in Brazil.
A Brazilian labor leader says that Foxconn's record in Brazil shows that it can make Apple products safely, and provide decent wages for workers when labor laws and legitimate union representation require it.
The proposed address of the new Foxconn iPad manufacturing factory will be on a street recently renamed after the late Apple co-founder and CEO.