"Reuters" reported yesterday that Apple has started production of the iPhone 13 in India, although Apple has not indicated which factory is responsible for it, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters that it is located in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu.

The Foxconn factory in 2017 took over responsibility, and this is the fourth iPhone to be assembled in India since the original iPhone SE was produced in 2017.

The Indian government actively attracts large technology companies to invest locally, using parts from the local supply chain, while building factories and using local labor for production.

On the other hand, India imposes heavy taxes on imported technology products, and at the same time, it also gives tax concessions and bonus subsidies to manufacturers who manufacture locally.

As long as 30% of the parts of the products come from Indian suppliers and are produced locally, they are eligible.

Apple's production of the iPhone 13 in India can not only avoid a surge in retail prices due to tariffs, but also draw closer to its competitors, it can also reduce its dependence on China and avoid the impact of possible trade disputes or other accidents

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