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Indian-made iPhones begin to export to Europe

Apple's efforts to expand the iPhones production in India may not have helped much at this time in growing your domestic sales. On the other hand, iPhones 6s and 7 manufactured there are being exported and sold in European countries for a few months, as reported by The Economic Times.

Initially, Ma's plans to make iPhones in India aimed at avoiding import taxes for the country and allowing the company to sell its handsets at a more competitive price in the Indian market. It all started in 2017, when Wistron started manufacturing iPhone SE over there.

As much as sales in India have not risen, the export of Apple products made in the region is a big step in solidifying the country as a base of production. According to The Economic TimesHowever, the size of exports is still less than 100,000 units per month.

Still, the Indian government will probably be pleased with the change. As we reported last week, the country encourages foreign companies to invest in the region to boost the local economy. In the case of Apple, this is done indirectly through its vendors installed by l.

As for the production of top-of-the-line iPhones in India (and the upcoming models, which will be presented this year), the site states that Foxconn will be able to manufacture up to 250,000 units per month, and between 70% and 80% of this should be It is exported to other markets without counting the production of Wistron and Pegatron, which also intends to settle in the Indian territory.

If this really is the case, Apple will begin to rely less and less on Chinese factories, avoiding the brunt of the US-China trade war.

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