Your next iPhone could be significantly easier to purchase if Apple meets its 25% Indian production target.

According to reports, Apple wants to build about 25% of its iPhones in India, which would significantly boost the number of electronics produced there.

In an effort to lessen its reliance on China, which has suffered with consistency recently, Apple is reportedly in the middle of planning to relocate some manufacturing abroad. Global shortages have been caused by recent COVID-19 lockdowns and worker discontent, which have hampered Apple’s finest iPhone production.

It’s believed that by relocating production to India, Apple will prevent Chinese uncertainties from having such a significant impact on output going forward. According to one rumor, the objective for Indian iPhone production is 25%. Currently, it manufactures 5% to 7% of all iPhones in the nation.

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According to Reuters, Indian minister Piyush Goyal thinks Apple plans to significantly grow its manufacturing there. He is quoted as saying, “They already have around 5-7% of their manufacturing in India.” If I’m not mistaken, they intend to increase their manufacturing by 25%.

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Although it’s unclear when Apple plans to accomplish such a challenging goal, it’s becoming more and more obvious that India will benefit from China’s loss.

Toward the end of 2022, Apple’s dependence on China became more apparent. The global supply of the iPhone 14 Pro was hampered due to problems at Foxconn’s Zhengzhou facility, and Apple confirmed that customers will find it difficult to obtain the device as a result.

Oliver Haslam has been a contributor to How-To Geek, PC Mag, iDownloadBlog, and many other publications for more than ten years, covering Apple and the larger technology industry. Additionally, he has had print work, including cover articles, published by Macworld. Oliver contributes to the daily news coverage at iMore and, as he never lacks for viewpoints, has been known to “explain” such viewpoints in more detail.

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Oliver went to the Mac with a G5 iMac and hasn’t looked back after spending way too much money on showy RAM and graphics cards while growing up with PCs. Since then, he has witnessed the rise of the smartphone industry, supported by the iPhone, as well as the emergence and demise of new product categories. Streaming services, iOS, macOS, and pretty much everything else that runs on batteries or plugs into a wall are all areas of expertise at the moment. Oliver writes about mobile gaming for iMore with a concentration on Apple Arcade. He’s been playing video games since the Atari 2600 era, and he still finds it difficult to understand how console-caliber games can be played on a handheld device.

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