Apple CEO, Tim Cook will personally push for Made In India iPhones

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In truth, Apple really wants to boost iPhone production in India, a trend that is also vital. According to people with access to internal info, Apple CEO Tim Cook may visit India this month to open Apple’s first physical factory in India. He will also meet with the Indian govt. officials to discuss planned moves regarding production growth and exports. According to Bloomberg, Apple will soon open its first official retail presence in India. The company revealed a broad image of the store on Wednesday, but it did not state when it would open.

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According to the article, Apple intends to ship directly from India with the launch of the iPhone 15 series. This denotes the gradual growth of Apple’s supply chain. Although Apple has only gotten a small number of orders for India – made iPhone 15, reviews of the quality have been largely positive. It has the courage to make the first delivery because of this. The percent of goods will increase along with an increase in the yield rate.

India is all set to produce new iPhones

According to reports, vendors like Jabil have already started producing the iPhone 15’s case in India. The Apple Pencil, a stylus, is going to be produced by Jabil, who are already making AirPods casings. However, China will continue to produce the iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

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As the Indian government pushes mobile phone brands to move more production to India, Foxconn, Wistron, and Pegatron have made huge investments there. Earlier, Piyush Goyal, India’s minister of commerce and industry, stated that Apple wanted to produce 25% of its iPhones in India.

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One thing is certain, Apple wants to expand its iPhone production from China. However, the process to make this happen is not as easy as it sounds on paper. The company has to closely examine its supply chain and access to parts. This is in addition to other complex paths that the company will need to follow. In other words, Made In India iPhones are coming, but this may not happen as early as we want it. It may take some time as such moves are usually very slow.

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