Indian-made iPhone exports to European markets
Original title: Apple begins shipping India-made iPhones to European markets
Netease Technology News, July 12 news, according to foreign media reports, informed sources, Apple has begun to transport the iPhone from India to some European markets. Foxconn CEO Guo Taiming confirmed the news earlier this year, but it is not clear about the specific timetable.
Apple has signed a contract with Wistron, which began assembling iPhone SE in India in 2017. These phones are being exported from Wistron's factory in Bangalore.
According to an article in IndiaTimes, the iPhone currently exports less than 100,000 units a month. The data comes from Niel ·, research director at market research firm Counterpoint Research; Neil Shah.
According to industry executives, Wistron's exports account for 70% to 80% of its total capacity.
Counterpoint Research analyst Kahn · Karn Chauhan previously said, “For Foxconn, China’s iPhone market is saturated, and local labor costs are three times that of India. India is still an emerging smart phone market with great potential in China and is expected to become a regional export center. ”
The iPhone is made in India and may also help Apple open its own store in the local area. (Lebang)<#comment>#comment><#comment>#comment><#comment>#comment>