Apple to expand its contract manufacturer’s facility in Bengaluru, India

Apple to expand its contract manufacturer’s facility in Bengaluru, India

Apple is looking to expand its contract manufacturer's facility in the southern Indian tech hub of Bengaluru, according to Reuters. The tech giant officially began initial production of a small number of iPhone SEs last week at its Wistron plant and plans to ship the devices to local customers as soon as this month.

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AWT News Update: February 2, 2017

AWT News Update: February 2, 2017

It's Groundhog Day, and if we get stuck in this day over and over and over...as in the classic Bill Murray comedy...at least there was some good Apple News to report:

  • An official in the Indian state of Karnataka reports that Apple will be manufacturing iPhones soon in Bengaluru
  • A new update to Google's Chrome browser for iPhone has built in the capability to use 3D Touch to scan QR codes
  • Google's YouTube app also received an update that makes control of video streaming to other devices a lot more convenient
  • It appears that Taiwan will be the next country to get Apple Pay
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Apple plans to make iPhones for the Indian market in Bengaluru

Apple plans to make iPhones for the Indian market in Bengaluru

According to Times of India, Apple plans to make iPhones for the Indian market in Bengaluru, the home of India’s startup scene. Wistron, a Taiwanese original equipment manufacturer (OEM) maker for the Cupertino, California-based company, is setting up a facility in Peenya, the city's industrial hub, to manufacture the iPhones. 

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