At launch, Apple will begin manufacturing the iPhone 14 in India for the first time. Kuo


 The release of the Apple iPhone 14 is almost approaching. Prior to any formal declaration, however, an expert has made known that the business would begin manufacture of the most recent iPhone lineup at launch for the first time ever.

For those who are unaware, the Cupertino-based company recently started producing its newest iPhones. But the region started making these recently released iPhones typically a quarter or more later than its main production base, which is China. But as of right now, it appears like the company intends to combine Indian and Chinese production for the first time.

6.1-inch iPhone 14 production will begin "simultaneously with China" in the second half of this year, according to well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who broke the news. He continued by saying that, for the time being, India's exports of iPhones will still lag well behind those of China.

Vietnam and India are two more recent and developing locations where the iPhone manufacturer has been seeking to grow production. Notably, the analyst claimed that geopolitical factors are another reason Apple is shifting its production away from China. Additionally, it intends to increase its output in the region after identifying the Indian market as the following major development driver.

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