According to Bloomberg News, Apple intends to begin manufacturing the Apple iPhone 14 in India around two months after its launch in China. The normal six to nine months between releases will be reduced. The company has been working with suppliers to improve production in India and reduce the six to nine-month gap in new iPhone production.
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Apple is looking for alternatives to China to manufacture its next iPhones, citing China’s disputes with the US government and nationwide lockdowns that have hindered economic activity. Furthermore, the first batch of iPhone 14s from India will most likely be available in late October or November.
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iPhone 14 production between the two nations may not be viable since a major difficulty that the corporation may encounter with manufacturing iPhones in India is confidentiality. Apple takes to great measures to keep iPhone details private, and recreating the same level of secrecy in its China facilities in another nation may be challenging, according to the company.
Finally, the research tells that Apple should be concerned about another potential risk to product secrecy: Indian customs authorities, who typically scrutinize shipments to ensure that imported materials match their claims. The concept for a simultaneous launch in India and China is unrealistic for this year’s iPhone, but it remains a long-term aim.
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