While Apple continues to increase iPhone production in India, they're now aiming to work with local businesses to manufacture components

It’s being reported today by India’s Business Standard that in 2017, volume of Apple phones made in India as a percentage of the total sold there stood at only 5 per cent, according to Faisal Kawoosa, founder of Techarc which tracks volume production. In 2020 it had leapt to 60 percent. Today, it’s even higher. Better yet, Apple is aiming to work with local businesses to make iPhone components.

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