Apple Likely To Speed Up iPhone 15 India Production; Tipped To Enter Trial Production Stage

In anticipation of its release, the iPhone 15 is reportedly in the trial manufacturing stage. According to the latest report, the next-gen smartphone will be developed in China and India. Foxconn has begun the initial testing phase of the iPhone 15’s manufacturing process. The formal title for this stage is New Production Introduction or NPI.

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iPhone 15 | New Production Introduction Phase (NPI)

For the iPhone 15 series, Apple has started a New Product Introduction procedure in China. Apple has begun the New Product Introduction process for the iPhone 15 series in China. The main goal of the NPI process is that once the design is finalized, Apple can figure out how the production process will go in the first quarter of this year.

And the second aim is to Find ways to streamline and enhance the production cycle that could boost productivity, boost efficiency, or save costs.

India is also ready for iPhone 15 Production

India has been a key component of Apple’s expansion strategy as it seeks to expand outside of China. According to the source, Apple wants to reduce the time difference between Chinese and Indian production plans. Currently, the iPhone is manufactured between six and nine months before India. This year, the gap is expected to shrink as Apple begins collaborating with regional stakeholders to procure supplies.

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Apple intends to relocate 5% of iPhone production to India even though the majority of iPhone components for both domestic use and export are already built by Foxconn, Pegatron, and Wistron.