iPhone 14 series to be made in India, Tata Group possibly supplying parts

iPhone 14: Since 2017, India has been the location of iPhone assembly, where the basic model of the phone is put together. Only the iPhone 11, iPhone 12, and iPhone 13 have been manufactured in India thus far.

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iPhone 14 series to be made in India, Tata Group possibly supplying parts

Wistron Corp. and Tata Group have discussed producing the iPhone 14 in India.

You will soon be able to view the Tata Group’s iPhone in a setting like this. Let us notify you that news about the manufacture of the iPhone in India has been circulating for a while. The Tata Group will be the first Indian commercial organization to produce an iPhone if the talks between the two parties are fruitful.

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In fact, since 2017, when the iPhone’s base model was produced, the process of assembling the iPhone has been carried out in India. Only the iPhone 11, iPhone 12, and iPhone 13—which are put together by Wistron and Foxconn Technology—have up until this point been manufactured in India. Apple is currently putting India to use for the production of its Pro Level iPhones. The collaboration between Tata Group and Wistron may prove to be a significant milestone in this case.

Discussions on this deal are reportedly taking place between the two businesses, according to a Bloomberg article. Tata might also invest in Wistron’s Indian business. Additionally, the two businesses might establish a new assembly facility jointly.

Let us inform you that Apple has debuted the iPhone 14 series at an event called “Far Out.” Four new iPhones from this series have been released: the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The business also unveiled the AirPods Pro 2 and Apple Watch Series 8, in addition to the iPhone.

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