Apple reportedly to shift 25% of all iPhone production to India by 2025

Apple is reportedly planning to shift 25% all of its iPhone assembly lines to the Indian subcontinent by 2025 with an aim to diversify supply chain.

According to an analyst JP Morgan (report by Reuters), one of four iPhone models will be produced in India in the next two years as Apple is continuously putting strong efforts to build strong supply chain outside China.

Apple has began the production of the last year’s non-Pro iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini India since February this year and strongly expected to start the iPhone 14 production in the country late 2022.

JP Morgan speculates that 5% of globally sold iPhone models will be manufactured in India at the end of this year and this number will be increased by five times with 25% in 2025.

Alongside, Apple is also seriously planning to move also the assembly lines of the Pro iPhone models as well as iPad, Apple Watch, Mac, AirPods, and HomePod.

These expectations are becoming even stronger as the company’s suppliers, including Foxconn, Wistron, and Pegatron heavily invested in the country to build well-managed infrastructure, factories, and providing precise training.

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