Kathimerini Greece Newsroom
Apple plans to start production of the iPhone 14 in India as it looks for alternatives after escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing, and amid lockdowns in China that have affected production, according to Bloomberg News.
The American company is working with its suppliers to intensify production in India, but also to reduce delays in the production of new iPhone devices from the typical period of between six and nine months for previous device models, according to the same press report citing sources who have received relevant information.
Already, according to the same publication, the process of sending items from China and assembling the iPhone 14 in a factory in southern India is being studied.
Apple did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.
Sources: APE-ME, REUTERS, BLOOMBERG