Apple to choose India over China for iPhone, iPad, MacBook production

Apple to choose India over China for iPhone, iPad, MacBook production: Report

Apple sees India as the new China, according to sources familiar with the company's manufacturing plans, because of its large population and low costs.


Apple has instructed several of its contract manufacturers that it wants to increase production outside of China, citing Beijing's strong anti-coronavirus stance among other factors.

Apple to choose India

According to the Wall Street Journal, sources reveal that India and Vietnam, which currently account for a minor amount of Apple's global production, are among the nations that the corporation is considering as alternatives to China.

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Apple to choose India

According to estimates, independent contractors manufacture more than 90% of Apple products such as iPhones, iPads, and MacBook computers in China.

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Apple's reliance on China is a possible risk, according to observers, because of Beijing's repressive Communist regime and its conflicts with the US.

Apple to choose India

According to those familiar with Apple's manufacturing plans, the company sees India as the next China because of its big population and low costs.

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Apple to choose India

With the exception of India, China has a pool of qualified workers that exceeds the population of several Asian countries. Apple has worked closely with local governments in China to guarantee that its contractors have enough land, personnel, and supplies to assemble iPhones and other devices in massive plants.

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In April, Apple CEO Tim Cook said, “Our supply chain is truly global, and so the products are made everywhere." He also said, “We continue to look at optimising."

Apple to choose India

Before COVID-19 spread over the world in early 2020, Apple was trying to diversify away from China, but the pandemic hindered its ambitions.

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Apple to choose India

According to people familiar with the negotiations, Apple is pressing again and directing contractors where they should search for new manufacturing capacity.

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