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Apple May Start Manufacturing 1 out of 4 iPhones in India by 2025: All Details Here

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Apple Inc may make one out of four iPhones in India in 2025 J.P.Morgan analysts predicted on Wednesday in the midst of the company’s plan to shifts production from China in the

face of growing geopolitical tensions as well as strict COVID-19-related lockdowns in the nation. J.P.Morgan analysts expect Apple to shift around 5 percent from iPhone 14

production from late 2022 into India in 2022, making it the second-largest smartphone market in the world following China.

It also estimates around 25 percent from all Apple products, which includes Mac, iPad, Apple Watch and AirPods being manufactured outside of China in 2025, which is up from the current 5.

Cupertino, California-headquartered Apple has bet big on India since it began iPhone assembly in the country in 2017 via Wistron and later with Foxconn, in line with the Indian government’s push for local manufacturing.

The pandemic has impacted the plans to relocate supply chains for companies, but as restrictions are eased some companies, such as Apple are ramping up their efforts in the coming year.

“Taiwanese vendors such as Hon Hai and Pegatron play a key role in the relocation to India. In the medium to long term, we also expect Apple to qualify local India manufacturing suppliers,”

according to J.P.Morgan analysts headed by Gokul Hariharan. Hariharan is rated 4 out 5 on accuracy of estimates.

A Bloomberg report earlier in the month Indian company Tata Group was in talks with Wistron to form the joint venture that would build iPhones in India in line with Apple’s plans for reducing production time to China.

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