Apple is happy to make iPhone 14 in India

Apple said that the iPhone maker is "excited to produce the iPhone 14 in India". In order to diversify the supply chain and avoid over-reliance on China, it is reported that Apple plans to transfer a quarter of iPhone production to India by 2025. JPMorgan analysts said last week that they believe Apple will move about 5% of iPhone 14 production to India by the end of 2022.

Tianfeng International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said via Twitter earlier this month that the mass production progress of the iPhone 14 in India this year is still about 6 weeks behind China, and has generally been behind by a quarter or more in the past.

Apple first started producing the iPhone, the iPhone SE, in India in 2017. In April, Apple announced that it had started production of the iPhone 13 smartphone in India. Previously, some iPhones were assembled at Foxconn's local factories, while others were assembled at Wistron's factories.

In addition, Bloomberg revealed earlier this month that Tata Group, a leading Indian company, is in talks with Taiwanese supplier Wistron, hoping to establish a joint venture to assemble Apple’s iPhones in India.

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