iPhone 13 manufacturing in India likely to start at Foxconn plant from April


 According to insiders who talked to Business Standard, Apple is scheduled to begin manufacturing of the iPhone 13 in April at the Foxconn facility in Sriperumbudur, near Chennai, India. The manufactured units will be used for both local and export purposes.

Production of the gadget began in January but was delayed due to Apple pausing production following complaints in December 2021 over stale food, which resulted in a severe case of food poisoning, and unsanitary bathrooms.

Following the demonstrations, Apple placed the Foxconn manufacturing factory on probation and demanded immediate change. The US-based internet behemoth said it will continue to monitor conditions in workers' dorms and dining halls with the help of independent auditors.

The Sriperumbudur facility employs around 17,000 people and works in three shifts.

On September 24, 2021, Apple released the iPhone 13. It is one of four versions in the range, and it is the second most cheap after the iPhone 13 mini. The A15 Bionic processor powers the smartphone, which boasts a 60Hz 1170 x 2532 OLED display and 4GB of RAM. In terms of photography, the back camera has a 12MP + 12MP configuration, while the front camera has a single 12MP sensor. The battery has a capacity of 3,240mAh and can handle 15W of power.

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