Apple Starts Exporting iPhones Made in India to European Markets

iPhones manufactured by Apple’s Indian facilities are now being sold in Europe as well, as the Cupertino-based tech giant has started exporting these models to the largest markets on the Old Continent.

A report from The Economic Times reveals that Apple is trying to make the most from its Indian production capacity, and the first units were sent to European stores a few months ago.

Citing a Counterpoint Research analyst, the cited source reveals that Apple’s exports from India are currently running at low speed, with around 100,000 units currently shipped to select markets on the Old Continent.

All these units are iPhone 6s and iPhone 7, but Apple is believed to have recently discussed with its suppliers plans to expand the manufacturing to cover other models, including the upcoming iPhone 11. If this indeed happens… (read more)

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