In an effort to diversify its smartphone production away from China, Apple will produce some of its iPhone 14 models in India. The information comes from a recent Bloomberg article that also reveals Apple’s plans to increase output at its assembly factory outside of Chennai with contract manufacturer Foxconn.
Foxconn will allegedly have to wait at least two months after the initial iPhone 14 series production begins in China before it can begin manufacturing the iPhone 14 in India. As a result, the first batch of Indian-made iPhone 14 devices would probably be available in late October or early November.
Working diligently to reduce production lead times from the current nine to six months are Apple and Foxconn. Confidentiality is a crucial component of Apple’s product production process, and Cupertino is apparently attempting to enforce its stringent regulations alongside Foxconn at the assembly lines in India.
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