iPhone 6s Production Facility Reportedly Being Finalized by Apple in India
The iPhone SE is not going to be the only smartphone that Apple is reportedly planning to make in India via production facility. According to a new report, the iPhone 6s is going to be the next handset that is going going to be made in this region.
iPhone 6s Centered Facility Would Make Sense Due to This Particular Market - The Smartphone Offers Outstanding Value for Money
According to unconfirmed sources via Reuters, Winstron is planning to make a production facility in India that will only be able to manufacture the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. It would have slightly more sense to manufacture the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus since they deliver more value but here is why this decision makes a lot of sense if it actually comes true.
It is sorely the value of money that iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus bring to the table. Another benefit is that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are the last iPhones to feature the headphone jack, thus preventing users from stocking up on dongles to experience audio through headphones and earphones.
Right now, the iPhone 6s prepaid is being sold through AT&T for $300, which is the price point for mid-range handsets. Though the phone is still three generations old, it will continue to receive software updates for a decent period.
One of Apple’s competitors in India, Xiaomi has been able to gain a significant amount of momentum in the country because it produces premium devices and consumer electronics for a very competitive price tag. Apple’s diversifying strategy of putting emphasis on the iPhone X as well as previous-generation phones will work out quite nicely for different regions.
We are assuming that India is where the majority of the consumers are looking for a better value in terms of a smartphone purchase and the iPhone 6s will provide a nice amalgamation of software and hardware.
Do you think Apple will be able to generate a decent wave of success if it manages to make an iPhone 6s production facility? Tell us your thoughts down in the comments.
News Source: Reuters