Apple could very soon begin manufacturing iPhones in the world’s fastest growing smartphone market.
After months of back and fourth with the local government, Apple is ready to assemble its smartphones in India as soon as April 2017, reports TOI.
The company has partnered with Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer Wistron to assemble iPhones in Bangalore, the report claims. Wistron is setting up a facility in Peenya, an industrial area near Bangalore.
The iPhone maker is very serious about manufacturing in India, and Bangalore, often referred to as the Silicon Valley of India, is the place it is looking at, the report claims, adding that Apple wants to push its manufacturing processes to fullest in India by the end of 2017. Read more…