According to the reports we had last month, we told you that Apple will start testing the mantle to the iPhone at the beginning of May. Right now, news is coming out that the company has started merging its smartphone iPhone SE. The first batch of the iPhone built in the Bangalore plant will also start shipping to the customers by the end of this month.
According to the report of The Wall Street Journal, Vistron Corp has been awarded the Assembling iPhone SE to Taiwan’s manufacturer company. However, Apple has not yet made any official statement about it. Same, it is not clear at present what the value of the model will be. The iPhone SE was launched in April 2016.
This phone was introduced with 16 GB and 64 GB storage variants, priced at Rs 39,000 and Rs 44,000, respectively. However, Apple is now selling 16 GB of 64 GB and 64 GB storage variants of Apple iPhone SE for Rs 19,999 and Rs 24,999.
Earlier, an official had informed that we are working for the fact that its entire component came to the Making Ecosystem in Bengaluru and the company started the export from here. With this, he said, further said that we are not worried about whether Apple will make an iPhone for domestic market or not.
In April, Karnataka’s IT minister Priyank Kharge had said that America’s leading technology company Apple will start assembly of its high-end iPhone in Bengaluru in a month.
It is noteworthy that Apple is demanding tax concessions to set up its factory in India. However, the central government has rejected most of its demands. Explain that when Apple sends his phone to India, it has to pay import duty of 12.5%. But if the iPhone in India starts to build, then the company will not have to pay any kind of tax. The price of the iPhone will also fall.