Apple’s new 2020 iPhone SE is assembled in India

Apple’s latest — and most affordable — iPhone, the second generation iPhone SE (2020), is being assembled in India, the company confirmed in an official statement given to The Times of India.

iPhone SE (2020)
Apple’s iPhone SE (2020)


Apple’s 2020 iPhone SE was launched on April 15 and comes at a starting price of Rs 42,500, making it the cheapest iPhone one can buy in India. The assembly of the iPhone SE is already underway and the units assembled in India are expected to hit the markets really soon. iPhone SE is being assembled in India by Wistron at its facility in Bengaluru.

Apart from Wistron, another Apple manufacturers Foxconn has an assembling unit in Chennai, where two of the most popular iPhones in the world are assembled. Both the iPhone XR and iPhone 11 have topped the selling charts across the world and are now being assembled in India.

MacDailyNews Note: Apple started assembling iPhones in India in 2017 with the original iPhone SE.


  1. Apple making the move

    2050 CCP China population 1.1 billion
    2050 India Population 1.5 billion

    CCP one child police and the abortion of 400 million children mostly females.

    sad really

    “Now China has 30 million more men than women, 30 million bachelors who cannot find brides. … They call them guang guan, ‘broken branches,’ that’s the name in Chinese. They are the biological dead ends of their family.

    … the policy also led to forced abortions and the confiscation of children by the authorities. Looking ahead, China is also facing a shortage of workers who can support its aging population.

    … “The one-child policy drastically reshaped the composition of China’s people. So now they have a population that’s basically too old and too male and, down the line, maybe too few.”

    1. Awesome post.

      SJW HYPOCRITE GRANDE Tim Cook needs to get out of China 100% including closing all Apple stores.

      Do what’s right for human rights he claims to care about and the hell with the balance sheet!

      The first two trillion dollar company has more than enough money and can easily figure out moving operations to free countries like the USA…

  2. Some say “perfect” situ for a war. Lot’s of testy dudes looking for another way to be productive.

    I’m not saying I agree with anticipation, but it’s not a new opinion and not rare.

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