Apple’s latest launch iPhone 12 has finally started assembly in India. this news comes directly from the US tech giant itself.
On Thursday, Apple said, “We are proud to be starting production of iPhone 12 in India for our local customers”. But the company did not mention the name of the supplier that is going to make the iPhones.
Reports suggest that the iPhone 12 units will be assembled in India by Apple’s Taiwanese contract manufacturer Foxconn. Its plant is based in Tamil Nadu. Although Foxconn hasn’t commented anything on this.
With the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing, Apple has been slowly shifting production from China to other global markets.
As of now, Apple as invested around $900 million over the past 5 years to make iPhones in India. It has three suppliers Foxconn, Wistron and Pegatron. The company has future plans to bring the assembly of its iPad tablet to India too.
via - NDTV
Also, Read – 7 Ways Technology Is Changing Ecommerce
You might also like
More from Apple
Developing an application is a complicated task on its own. However, what makes it even more difficult is to meet …