Today, Tianfeng International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo broke the news through Twitter. According to his latest investigation, Apple’s largest supplier Foxconn’s iPhone production base in India may ship a new 6.1-inch iPhone at the same time as China for the first time in the second half of 2022. 14. Previously, India usually shipped a quarter later than China.
Kuo said that in the short term, there is still a considerable gap between India’s iPhone production capacity/shipment and China’s, but for Apple to build an iPhone production base outside China, this is an important milestone, which means that Apple Look at the Indian market as the next key growth driver.
It is reported that Foxconn is expanding iPhone production in India. According to the Economic Times of India, Foxconn has expanded its existing TamilNadu factory in India (Tamil Nadu factory) to produce more Apple iPhones in the country.
In April this year, the media also said that some of Foxconn’s factories near Chennai, India, had been approved by Indian authorities to allow an increase in the workforce to meet India’s growing iPhone demand. The Indian government has approved Apple’s application for the use of 40 acres of land for the Foxconn factory complex operating within the Chennai Special Economic Zone (SEZ).
Previously, multiple sources said that the iPhone 14 series will not have a mini model, but will include the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Apple’s iPhone 14 series concept diagram, does not represent the final design
It’s worth noting that the non-Pro models aren’t expected to see any major design changes, and rumors suggest they may continue to use the same A15 chip as the iPhone 13 series.
The iPhone 14 Pro series is expected to use the faster A16 chip, and may also cancel the notch design that has been used since the iPhone X in 2017, and switch to a pill + hole-digging design.
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