Apple has started producing its iPhone 14 in India just three weeks after the release of the smartphone line-up, a significant win for the south Asian country as it attempts to grab a bigger piece of the global electronics supply chain. Apple said on September 26 that it was “excited to be manufacturing [the] iPhone 14 in India”. It is the first time that Apple has started producing its newest phones outside China so soon after their launch.
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