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Apple plans to manufacture 100 million iPhones in India by 2024 and 2025

Apple’s shift away from China is becoming more concrete, with plans to increase the production of Indian-made iPhones to 50 million per year.

A recent report from the Wall Street Journal reveals Apple’s ambitious plans for the near future. The tech giant and its suppliers are aiming to manufacture over 50 million iPhones in India annually over the next two to three years, with the potential for tens of millions more units in the future, according to sources.

Last year, global iPhone shipments totaled more than 220 million, according to research firm Counterpoint. If Apple’s plans for increased Indian production come to fruition, India would account for over 25% of the annual global iPhone production.

While China has historically been the primary production center for iPhones, Apple has encountered challenges such as restrictive labor rules and the deteriorating US-China relations. These factors have prompted the company to reorient towards India for expanded production capabilities.

Apple’s intention to produce at least 50 to 60 million iPhones annually in India within the next two to three years signifies a significant shift in the company’s manufacturing strategy. This expansion includes plans for new and existing plants, as well as an expanded production regime.

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