Apple Starts Making iPhone 14 in India, Will iPhone 14 Price Come Down?

Apple has confirmed that it’s making the newly launched iPhone 14 in India. Apple instructed information company Reuters that it’s “excited to be manufacturing iPhone 14 in India.” Apple began making iPhones in India with the iPhone SE in Could 2017 at its contract producer Wistron’s facility in Bengaluru.

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After the iPhone SE, Apple began making the iPhone 6S that was launched in 2015. This was adopted by iPhone 11, 12 and 13. Apple is but to make any of its top-end iPhones in India just like the Professional or Professional Max collection. Additionally, the iPhones made in India are for home gross sales inside India solely.

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The costs of iPhone 14 are among the many highest in India in comparison with the remainder of the world on account of taxes and duties. So, will costs of iPhone 14 come down after Apple begins making it in India? Properly, going by previous traits, aside from the ‘Made-In-India’ on the containers of iPhones bought in India, the costs have by no means come down for iPhone 13, iPhone 12 or different older iPhones. In reality, it is just in the course of the festive gross sales that iPhones turn out to be cheaper, due to restricted length financial institution provides and cashbacks. Native manufacturing doesn’t cut back the MRP.

As per a report by Reuters, Apple is shifting some manufacturing away from China, amid mounting geopolitical tensions and strict COVID-19 lockdowns within the nation. Based on J.P.Morgan analysts, Apple could transfer about 5% of iPhone 14 manufacturing from late 2022 to India, which is the world’s second-biggest smartphone market after China.

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“Analysts are additionally estimating about 25% of all Apple merchandise, together with Mac, iPad, Apple Watch and AirPods, to be manufactured exterior China by 2025 from 5% at present,” based on the Reuters report.

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