Apple plans to start manufacturing iPhone 14 phones in India, about two months after the initial release of the product in China, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday.

The report, citing people familiar with the matter, said the company is working with suppliers to increase production in India and reduce manufacturing delays for new iPhones that ranged from six to nine months in previous versions.

Apple has not yet responded to a request for comment.

Apple, which has long made most of its iPhones in China, is looking for alternatives in light of the clash between Beijing and Washington and after the COVID-19 lockdowns disrupted economic activity in the Asian giant.


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