iPhone: According to an analysis by JP Morgan, due to the doubling of the local manufacturing of IT products in India, Apple is going to transfer 5 percent of its new iPhone 14 production by the end of this year and 25 percent by 2025 to India.
Analysts had previously predicted that this year Apple has cut the production cycle of its new iPhones in India to six weeks or less than the production cycle in China. Next year, Apple iPhone 15 can see its production in Foxconn and Wistron manufacturing facilities in India along with China.
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According to a JP Morgan report, India’s iPhone supply chain has historically supplied only used models. Interestingly, Apple has requested that the EMS vendor manufacture the iPhone 14/14 Plus model in India in the fourth quarter of 2022, within two to three months of the start of production in mainland China.
The report said, “The very short gap indicates the growing importance of Indian manufacturing and the possibility of higher iPhone allocation for Indian manufacturing in the future. We believe that more of the iPhone Pro series (made by EMS vendors) Due to the high local market demand for complex camera module alignment and iPhone 14 series (tax savings), Apple now only produces the iPhone 14/14 Plus model in India.”
In Việt Nam, the company is trying to increase production
According to the report, Vietnam will contribute 20 percent of all iPad and Apple Watch productions, 5 percent of MacBook and 65 percent of AirPods by 2025. Encouraged by the ease of doing business and favorable local manufacturing policies, Apple’s ‘Make in India’ iPhones will likely account for approximately 85 percent of the country’s total iPhone production this year.
The possibility of iPhone import in India
According to intelligence firm Cybermedia Research (CMR), India’s iPhone imports are likely to drop to 15 percent this year (from 50 percent in 2019), while domestic manufacturing by the Cupertino-based tech giant is set to go up to 85 percent according to the domestic market. है
CMR said, with the iPhone 14 series, Apple’s iPhone production in India will increase from 7 million iPhones in 2021 to about 12 million iPhones in 2022 by more than 71 percent (year-on-year). குற்றுக்கு க்குகை