Apple starts assembling iPhone SE 2020 in India null

Barely four months after its global launch, Apple has shifted the manufacturing of its iPhone SE (2020) to India. The device, which continues to be billed as Apple’s cheapest-ever smartphone, is currently available at discounted prices on some online platforms. 

Manufacturing of the iPhone SE started at Wistron’s facility located at Narsapura, about 65 kms from Bangalore in Karnataka. A report published by Gadgets 360 says in addition to this device, Apple’s contract manufacturers are currently making five iPhone models, the latest one being last year’s flagship iPhone 11.