Apple all set to begin manufacturing iPhone 6, 6s, and SE in India
Even as the Indian government refuses to entertain most of Apple’s demands, the Cupertino-based company will soon take a major step that could bolster its business in the nation.
Mashable reported last month that Apple intends to start manufacturing in India by as early as late April, starting with last year’s iPhone SE model for the first several months.
It appears, Apple has since chalked out bigger plans.
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The company will also be assembling the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6s models in the nation, reports WSJ, citing a government official.