The iPhone 8 might get cheaper because Apple is finally planning to make them in India

Seems like some great news is soon coming for Apple fans in India.

After talks all throughout last year about a probable plan from Apple to set up a manufacturing or assembling plant in India, it seems like fruit has come to the discussion.

A team from Apple will meet a group of senior officials from various ministries, including IT and finance, on January 25 to discuss its demands for setting up a manufacturing unit in the country.

This is being seen as an effort to cut down on exorbitant taxes and try and squeeze in some subsidies for the company to be able to capture the Indian audience well in advance.

Apple’s products are currently manufactured in six countries, including China, Japan and the US.

Among other things, this move also means that Apple will open its official retail stores in India, offering worldwide warranty for all products.

 

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