India has cleared all consignments, says Foxconn
Even after the security alert was withdrawn, government sources said, clearances are happening on a case-by-case basis and it will continue to do 100% manual checks for import shipments of Chinese companies.
Chinese handset brands planning to put India investments on hold
Major smartphone investors such as Oppo and Vivo in fact are yet to register for India’s ambitious production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme for manufacturing, even though the likes of Apple phone makers Foxconn and Wistron, besides local manufacturers such as Dixon, Lava and Karbonn have done so.
iPhone makers, local companies apply for production-linked incentive scheme
Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's biggest electronics contract manufacturer, recently told its shareholders it would invest more in India and the details of those investments would be announced shortly.
Handset makers seek FM’s intervention for urgent release of Chinese cargo
ICEA, which represents the likes of Apple, Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo and contract manufacturer Foxconn pointed that even goods already cleared and loaded in trucks for transport to the users' warehouse are being recalled and examined.
Broken supply worries Indian electronics companies
Smartphone vendors including Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi had already been operating at about 40% of pre-Covid-19 capacity and even this level could come to a grinding halt because most components are supplied from China, experts said. A spokesperson at Xiaomi told ET the smartphone market leader was "evaluating the situation."
India paves way for Apple, others to increase domestic production by removing a clause
Govt has dropped irritants from its PLI scheme, paving way for phone-makers to ramp up production in India.
Apple may take a bigger bite of India’s manufacturing pie
iPhone maker examining the possibility of shifting nearly a fifth of its production to India.
India has unprecedented opportunity to be phone export hub in post-COVID-19 era: ICEA-EY
"It is estimated that India suffers from various disabilities like high cost of power, tax and ease of doing business. This renders India almost 10 per cent and 20 per cent less competitive than Vietnam and China, respectively. India must address these disability issues in the long run," a strategy document by ICEA-EY said.
Foxconn, Oppo, others may go for 41k-cr PLI sops
Top global players such as Foxconn and Wistron, manufacturers of Apple phones, Flex, Samsung, Oppo and Vivo are likely to apply for a production-linked incentive scheme (PLI) worth 41,000 crore as part of India’s massive push to wean away companies from China and emerge as the world’s hub for electronics production.
EU antitrust regulators to investigate Apple's App Store, Apple Pay
Apple on Tuesday found itself the target of two EU antitrust investigations into its App Store and Apple Pay as regulators said its terms and conditions and restrictions may violate the bloc's competition rules.
Apple aims to sell Macs with its own chips starting in 2021
The company is working on three of its own Mac processors, known as systems-on-a-chip, based on the A14 processor in the next iPhone. The first of these will be much faster than the processors in the iPhone and iPad, the people said Apple is preparing to release at least one Mac with its own chip next year, according to the people.
Supplies of smartphones, tablets, laptops hit due to lower production & distribution workforce
Two senior industry executives said brands like Apple, Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo and Realme are facing supply issues with operational plants running at 30-35% capacity and several warehouses are not able to operate normally.
Apple unveils second-generation iPhone SE, price starts at Rs 42,500
New Delhi, Apr 16(ANI): Apple on April 15 unveiled the second-generation iPhone SE, starting at Rs 42,500 in India. The iPhone SE will featu...
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