How much and in what percentage is unclear, but according to John Ruwitch at Reuters:
Apple Inc and its key supplier Foxconn Technology Group will share the initial costs of improving labor conditions at the Chinese factories that assemble iPhones and iPads, Foxconn’s top executive said on Thursday.
Good start, this. Unfortunate, though, that it is not being covered more in the popular press. Clearly, the public is not interested any longer. That means that any hope that there ever was—even a small amount—of pressure being exerted on other tech companies to improve their labor practices has evaporated.