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Third Wistron Indian iPhone plant now ramping up to full production

[2020-01-22 14:37:41]

Apple’s reported turnaround in India seems to be continuing, as iPhone assembler Wistron says that its third Indian iPhone plant is now ramping up for full-scale production after an earlier successful trial. Wistron was Apple’s first iPhone assembler in the country, and initially began production with the iPhone SE — still sold there — before adding the iPhone 6S and iPhone 7… The post Third Wistron Indian iPhone plant now ramping up to full production appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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