Apple has started producing iPhone 11 phones in India
Apple has started producing iPhone 11 phones in India

People familiar with the matter announced that Foxconn, which has signed a contract with Apple, has started producing iPhone 11 phones at a factory near Chennai, India.

The website states that a small number of the homemade iPhone 11 phones were delivered to retail stores. However, the source stated that, due to the confidentiality of the matter, the company's current production returns are limited. He also said: Apple generally has an ambition to increase domestic manufacturing efforts in India.

The current domestic production of the iPhone 11 is believed to demonstrate Apple's additional commitment to India, the world's second largest smartphone market, as they look for ways to reduce their dependence on China and China. The majority of the iPhone is currently manufactured in China. .

Wistron Capital, also one of Apple's production partners in Taiwan, started assembling the old iPhone for the first time in 2017. However, Apple has yet to acquire an umbrella partner to produce the latest iPhone in India.

(Westron) - The Cell Phones We Made: The old iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 7 are manufactured at a factory in Bangalore, India and they are now assembling iPhone 10 R phones in India. A source (TechCrunch) said: Apple halted local production of iPhone SE and iPhone 6S last year.

Indian Minister of Trade and Industry (Piyush Goyal) released a tweet last Friday saying: Apple has already started collecting iPhone 11 phones in India.

It should be noted that the assembly of mobile phones in India enables smart phone suppliers, including Apple, to exempt the Indian government from the import tax of approximately 20% on imported electronics.

In addition to other companies in the smartphone market, companies like Xiaomi, Vivo, Samsung, Opo and OnePlus have signed contracts with Indian manufacturers in recent years to manufacture many phones sold locally.


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