ASUS ROG Phone 3, 12 May 2020India is not China by any means in terms of geography, skills, size, government etc...it is no... more"a never ending fun drive!"
Haha. That's an interesting way to put it.
James Whister, 13 May 2020It was. Not anymore after 2014. your personal opinion means diddly squat as far as international recognition goes for India being the worlds largest democracy.
makes good business. even cheaper to make iPhone more profit.
Anonymous, 12 May 2020only if you'd know more it's the worlds largest democracy.It was. Not anymore after 2014.
A good decision taken by apple. If they enter the Indian Market, their sales will be high because here in India the apple iphone prices are too high so people scare to buy it from Indian market. They rather order the iphones from foreign countries by their relatives who live outside of India.
Anonymous, 12 May 2020Man Just Wait And Till Then Watch.Your Ego Will Be Bashed. Karma Goes Round....n... Round.Not happening ever, even in year 3000
India is not China by any means in terms of geography, skills, size, government etc...it is not like one person or set of few people can clear things for you to start multiple-billion dollar enterprise. It takes lots of time(ask Apple, it is still taking time for them to open their Apple Stores after so many iterations of negotiations) and that’s how vibrant democracies work, but once you are in then just ask Samsung, LG, Hyundai, Ford, Daimler etc....it will be a never ending fun drive!
James Whister, 12 May 2020Maybe that superpower status got postponed by 10 years due to covid? xDMan Just Wait And Till Then Watch.Your Ego Will Be Bashed.
Karma Goes Round....n... Round.
What is that supposed to mean? India does not manufacture SoC, Display, Flash memory, Camera modules, etc. So the majority of the value addition is already happening outside of India, my guess is only the assembly is taking place within India. Since 2013, Modi is planning for smartphone manufacturing, and the best he can only do is assembly? What a pity.
Who really cares where greedy US company will produce their over priced girly toy phones :-)
Anonymous, 12 May 2020When they will move the other 80% out?3020 CE
When they will move the other 80% out?
Awesome news. The less dependent US companies are on China, the better. I hope this trend will continue with other Western companies as well.
Why not try in Bangladesh! More cheaper and good area for developing production.
As an American, I am fine with iPhones being made in India. After all, both America and India are free democratic countries. Welcome this move by Apple.
James Whister, 12 May 2020Is it even democratic now? lmaoonly if you'd know more it's the worlds largest democracy.