The new Foxconn Zhengzhou Technology Park employs 120,000 people, and is home to the iPhone production line, according to Apple spokeswoman Carolyn Wu. Zhengzhou is just over 700 kilometres southwest of Beijing, where Cook previously met with Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang.
Apple seeks to improve its working conditions for works that assemble and build its products in China. Apple was the first technology company to join the Fair Labor Association, and has been transparent with the release of their 2012 Supplier Responsibility Report.
Check out the picture of Tim Cook visiting the assembly line decked out in a yellow factory attire, captured by photographer Bowen Liu:
Apple is doing an excellent job of controlling its image of how Tim Cook is doing a fabulous job of working together with Chinese authorities. You never see this stuff from other company CEOs hitting up factory lines in China.