iPhone 14: Customers will soon get Made in India iPhone 14.
Author ifrah tasneem
Published 1 year ago
Apple is going to manufacture its flagship iPhone 14 in India. The company has confirmed that the device will be manufactured at the Contract Manufacturer Foxconn's factory in Sriperumbudur near Chennai. The company launched the iPhone 14 on 7 September. From 16 September, it is available for sale in the US and India, along with other markets. This flagship has four models iPhone 14, Plus, Pro and Promax.
Apple started manufacturing its phones in India in 2017 with the iPhone SE. The company currently manufactures iPhone SE, iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, and it has three global partners- Wistron, Foxconn and Pegatron- to manufacture iPhones in India. According to the sources, the Made in India iPhone 14 will start getting customers in the next few days, and they will be sold in Indian markets as well as exported.
When asked about the company's response in this regard, it said, "We are excited to manufacture the iPhone 14 in India." The relationship between Apple and India goes back almost two decades. Apple launched its first online store in the country in September 2020. It has also announced the launch of a retail store. Significantly, Apple has been trying to spread its production outside China for a long time.