Apple Tells Component Suppliers to make iPhone 16 Batteries in India

Apple Tells Component Suppliers to make iPhone 16 Batteries in India

Apple has told its component manufacturers and suppliers that it wants to shift all iPhone battery manufacturing to India to reduce dependency on China and other countries.

This will reduce Apple’s reliance on Chinese products and help them diversify their global supply chain. According to the reports by Financial Times, Apple has told Desay and Simplo Technology about the decision to make the following iPhone batteries in India.

The confirmed report in Financial Times also explains that Apple has encouraged the battery suppliers to establish their factories sub-parts in India for future orders.

For the last year or so, Apple has also worked with top companies in India, including Tata, Pegatron, and Foxconn, to manufacture iPhones in India.

Foxconn handles over 75% of assembly work and has invested more than $500 million in India to meet the demand and improve its capabilities.

According to Apple tech analysts, up to 14% of iPhone shipments are currently made in India, and the company is looking to increase this number to 25% by 2024. in 2025, the Apple iPhone 17 lineup will be introduced in India, and this will be the first time a new iPhone will be developed outside China.

India is one of the most significant and critical markets for tech companies, including Apple, as the demand for smart gadgets, especially Apple products, is increasing yearly.

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