Apple Starts Trial Production of iPhone 13 in India

Apple iPhone 13

Apple has commenced the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini trial production. The Cupertino giant has a Foxconn plant near Chennai where these devices will be first tested and then mass-produced. There were also recent reports about the Foxconn plant employees being diagnosed with food poisoning. However, the trial production has begun, and by February 2022, the company will be ready to mass-produce and export these iPhones.

The Economic Times brings this news to public attention. For those wondering why this news has drawn media attention extensively, the answer is simple—price cut. Yes, we have seen a massive price cut this year during the sale season on the iPhone 12, whose manufacturing began in India earlier this year.

According to ET, Apple has secured a supply of semiconductors, despite the global chip shortage, and this will help the company begin the production on iPhone 13. As the iPhone 13 will be produced in India, it will reduce the taxes on the device and result in a price cut. It will also increase exports as 20-30% of devices are exported.

Apple iPhone 13

Why is Apple is not producing the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max in India? Simply because the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini are racking up in sales for obvious reasons, they are cheaper than Pro devices. However, iPhone 11 and 12 are amongst the most selling iPhones in India.

iPhone SE 2020 is also produced at Apple’s Wistron plant in Bengaluru. Around 70% of the iPhones sold in India are produced.

To this day, Apple devices will fetch you the highest resale value compared to any other mobile device. While the latest iPhone might leave a dent in your pocket, it is well worth it for many users.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy S21 FE UK Pricing Leaked.

Let us know your thoughts on Apple producing the iPhone 13 in India, and what do you think will the device be priced at once the mass production begins? Do you think there will be an immediate price cut, or will the company wait till the festive sale season of 2022? Let us know in the comments below, and until then, stay tuned to Oyprice and subscribe to our YouTube channel. And don’t forget to join our telegram channel for regular news and updates.

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