Apple to start assembling iPhone 14 in India

Production to begin next quarter

September 09, 2022 12:11 IST | India Infoline News Service
Apple will begin producing the iPhone 14 in India next quarter, which will be the country's fastest-ever local production launch in India.
By December, it anticipates that the Made-in-India products will be offered for purchase.
They'll be made at the Foxconn facility close to Chennai.
Apple will ship approximately 570,000 iPhones to India in the December quarter, up from 370,000 devices in the prior quarter.
Since its release, Apple has gradually shortened the new iPhone model's production delay in India. For its most recent flagship model, the iPhone 13, it moved from 10 to 12 months to six months.
Although trial runs are expected to begin early next month, the debut of this year's product will take place in two to three months.
This is a part of the business's aim to establish new global production hubs and reduce its reliance on China, where production has been hindered numerous times since the outbreak as a result of local lockdowns imposed by the nation's "zero-covid" policy. However, China will provide the initial supply for the iPhone 14 Series in both India and other countries.

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