Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and pressured that the firm is dedicated to rising and investing across the nation.
Cook, who’s in India to launch the firm’s flagship retail shops in Mumbai and Delhi, thanked PM Modi for the heat welcome.
“Thank you Prime Minister @narendramodi for the heat welcome. We share your imaginative and prescient of the optimistic affect know-how could make on India’s future – from schooling and builders to manufacturing and the atmosphere”, Cook stated in a tweet, posting an image with PM Modi.
“We are dedicated to rising and investing across the nation,” Cook added.
Apple is ramping up its manufacturing in India, together with rising its retail presence.
Apple started manufacturing iPhone in India in 2017, and since then, the firm has labored with suppliers to assemble new iPhone fashions and produce a rising variety of parts.
Amid the native manufacturing push and an upcoming widespread retail retailer technique, Apple shipped $7.5 billion price iPhones and iPads in India in FY22-23, in accordance to CMR knowledge accessed by IANS.
In FY23, Apple shipped greater than 7 million iPhones and half one million iPads in the nation, registering a 28 per cent development for iPhone shipments, in accordance to preliminary estimates offered by market intelligence agency CMR.
(With inputs from IANS)