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Now China is not well! TATA will help Apple, giving job to tribal women to make iPhone

The Indian government has long wanted the ‘Made in India’ tag for Apple’s iPhones, and while some plants are already doing so, a new plant is coming up in Hosur near Bengaluru that will employ 60,000 workers to make Apple iPhones. Will be employed. Telecom and IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav confirmed in a recent press conference that the new plant will be the largest iPhone manufacturing facility in India and will provide employment to tribal women of Jharkhand.

The minister said, ‘Apple’s iPhone is now being made in India and its largest plant in India is being set up in Hosur near Bengaluru. 60,000 people work in a single factory. Out of these 60,000 workers, the first 6,000 workers are tribal sisters from nearby Ranchi and Hazaribagh. Tribal sisters have been trained to make Apple iPhones.

iPhone factory coming up soon in Hosur

The Gadgets 360 report also confirms that Apple has already outsourced the iPhone enclosure to Tata Electronics, which already has a plant in Hosur. Tata is also looking to jump into the iPhone manufacturing game in India, which could help create local jobs and local production. Currently, Apple iPhones are manufactured in India by three contract manufacturers – Foxconn, Pegatron and Vostron.

iPhone 14 is being made in India

Foxconn recently started manufacturing the iPhone 14 in India and also manufactures some older iPhone models. Local manufacturing didn’t help Apple reduce the price of the iPhone, given that these plans only assemble the devices in India. It remains to be seen whether the Hosur facility inspired Apple to manufacture the Pro variant of the iPhone in India. India has so far manufactured only the standard iPhone model and the iPhone SE variant. The Pro versions are imported from China as CBUs and consequently cost more.

Raised trust from China

Apple also wants to shift its manufacturing from China to India in the next few years and the reason behind this is to reduce dependence on China. Additionally, the recent COVID lockdown in China has affected the manufacturing of iPhones, at a time when Apple is seeing a surge in demand for its more expensive iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

The Indian government has long wanted the ‘Made in India’ tag for Apple’s iPhones, and while some plants are already doing so, a new plant is coming up in Hosur near Bengaluru that will employ 60,000 workers to make Apple iPhones. Will be employed. Telecom and IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav confirmed in a recent press conference that the new plant will be the largest iPhone manufacturing facility in India and will provide employment to tribal women of Jharkhand.

The minister said, ‘Apple’s iPhone is now being made in India and its largest plant in India is being set up in Hosur near Bengaluru. 60,000 people work in a single factory. Out of these 60,000 workers, the first 6,000 workers are tribal sisters from nearby Ranchi and Hazaribagh. Tribal sisters have been trained to make Apple iPhones.

iPhone factory coming up soon in Hosur

The Gadgets 360 report also confirms that Apple has already outsourced the iPhone enclosure to Tata Electronics, which already has a plant in Hosur. Tata is also looking to jump into the iPhone manufacturing game in India, which could help create local jobs and local production. Currently, Apple iPhones are manufactured in India by three contract manufacturers – Foxconn, Pegatron and Vostron.

iPhone 14 is being made in India

Foxconn recently started manufacturing the iPhone 14 in India and also manufactures some older iPhone models. Local manufacturing didn’t help Apple reduce the price of the iPhone, given that these plans only assemble the devices in India. It remains to be seen whether the Hosur facility inspired Apple to manufacture the Pro variant of the iPhone in India. India has so far manufactured only the standard iPhone model and the iPhone SE variant. The Pro versions are imported from China as CBUs and consequently cost more.

Raised trust from China

Apple also wants to shift its manufacturing from China to India in the next few years and the reason behind this is to reduce dependence on China. Additionally, the recent COVID lockdown in China has affected the manufacturing of iPhones, at a time when Apple is seeing a surge in demand for its more expensive iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

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