The Apple iPhone 15 is scheduled to be released on September 12 and may be produced at Foxconn’s plant in India. Foxconn’s logistics unit Jusda has created a new office in Tamil Nadu ahead of the reported launch.
Apple is anticipated to unveil the iPhone 15 series next month. According to estimates, the new iPhone will most likely be released on September 12, and many rumors and guesses regarding the impending phone are circulating on the internet ahead of its release. According to recent reports, Apple intends to diversify iPhone production, and so the iPhone 15 will be manufactured in India soon at a Foxconn Technology Group plant in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu. Foxconn’s logistics unit, Jusda, has now built a new office in Tamil Nadu.
Foxconn’s new headquarters
It is plausible to believe that the new office was opened to increase iPhone 15 production in India. V Lee, Foxconn’s representative in India, announced the opening of the new office in Tamil Nadu.
Lee stated on LinkedIn that Jusda India is celebrating the opening of its TN center on 8/18, “with hopes of a thriving logistics business in India.”
“On 8/18, JUSDA India celebrated the opening of its TN hub, with hopes of establishing a thriving logistics business in India.” “Our heartfelt gratitude goes to GoTN, DPIIT, MeiTY, and the countless dedicated individuals who helped achieve this beautiful beginning,” he writes in his article.
Jusda is Foxconn Technology Group’s only authorized supply chain management business, and the creation of the new office signals that the company is ready to manufacture the iPhone 15 in India.
Made in India iPhone 15
According to a Bloomberg report published earlier this week, manufacture of the iPhone 15 will begin shortly in Tamil Nadu. A Foxconn plant in Sriperumbudur is preparing to build the latest iPhone series. According to the article, the Foxconn plant intends to supply the devices just weeks after they begin shipping from factories such as China. According to those familiar with the situation, the corporation is attempting to increase the volume of iPhones arriving from India.
Other Indian suppliers, Pegatron Corp and a Wistron Corp facility acquired by the Tata Group, will also begin manufacture of the iPhone 15 in India soon. However, a question about the size of production of the new phones looms. According to the research, the scale will be determined by the availability of components, the majority of which are imported.
About iPhone 15
The iPhone 15 is one of the year’s most anticipated devices. Apple is expected to make significant improvements with the forthcoming iPhone, including the inclusion of the Dynamic Island Notch design in all models and USB Type C charging capabilities, a first for Apple. According to reports, the iPhone 15’s camera will also receive significant changes, with low-light photography performance expected to increase significantly.
Furthermore, Apple’s A17 Bionic chipset is slated to power the iPhone 15. Apple released the iPhone 14 using the old A15 Bionic CPU last year, with the Pro models featuring the A16 Bionic chip. As a result, the A17 Bionic chip in the iPhone 15 appears to be a significant advance in terms of the phone’s processing.