Apple iPhone 15 production reportedly commences in India | Fox Business

The production of Apple’s iPhone 15 has reportedly begun in India, with Foxconn handling assembly at a facility in Tamil Nadu, according to anonymous sources cited by Bloomberg News. Pegatron Corp. and another company’s factory are also expected to start production of the next-generation device in India. Apple is aiming to reduce the time lag between shipping iPhones assembled in China and those from India. The move to increase production in India is part of Apple’s strategy to lessen its reliance on China. The company has previously turned to India for production, with 7% of iPhones now assembled there. The iPhone 15 is expected to debut in September, and Apple may also unveil a new version of the Apple Watch at the same event. In the third quarter, iPhone sales generated $39.67 billion for Apple, falling 2.4% on an annual basis. However, iPhones saw strong demand in emerging markets, including India.

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