Apple Supplier Looking to Scale Up iPhone Manufacturing in India

Wistron Corp., Apple Inc’s primary iPhone assembler in India, wants to expand its iPhone manufacturing in India. The company is reportedly  scouting for 100 acres of land in Bangalore to set up the plant. Wistron executives visited several locations and narrowed down a few, including a one close to the airport. The Taiwanese manufacturer plans on using the facility to supply to other brands aside from Apple. Read more

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Apple India Received Less Than Satisfactory Response For The Newly Launched iPhone 8

Apple’s iPhone sale for the FY2017 saw a significant boost of 50 per cent. But according to reports, the figures are still not a good enough response for the newly launched iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Amit Mishra, an analyst, said that “Apple sold a total of 1.5 million units of iPhone in India in the year ended September 2017, and it is a 50 per cent growth compared with the last fiscal year. Read more

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Apple India Doubles Revenue In September Quarter

There are plenty of naysayers in the market who believe that Apple, while a juggernaut in the electronics industry, could possibly not be earning a lot of money. The cost of their products is so prohibitive that most consumers are likely to switch loyalties to the competitors.  

But anybody who’s ever doubted Apple’s earning potential might want to give things a second thought. Putting their revenue and profit concerns to rest, Apple India delivered strong financial results that exceeded the estimations of Wall Street. It’s clear: Apple’s products are selling and they’re making a hell of a lot of money. Read more