A report says, about 100,000 units of India made iPhones are exported to Europe

Apple has started exporting iPhones manufactured in India to European markets, as per a report.

About 70-80% of potential at its assembly equipment in Bengaluru is being shipped.

In a month about 100,000 units of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 are being shipped.

Neil Shah, Research Director at Counterpoint Research said that the shipping has started some months before to European markets.

The reports also recommend that agreement manufacturer Foxconn might shortly begin assembling the brand-new iPhone X in India at a plant in Tami Nadu.

The trade conflict has induced Apple to examine the option of moving its product out of China.

Promoting manufacturing in India might benefit Apple to avoid import customs, which would make it reduce the price of devices.

The firm could also spend the savings in its direct connection. Production in India will also support Apple to meet local sourcing standards, a criterion for preparing its individual store in India.

Share this to your,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *