The first “made-in-India” Apple iPhones devices went on sale in Bengaluru on Friday, in two variants – the 32GB one for Rs 27,000 and the 128GB device for Rs 37,200.
The “made-in-India” iPhone SE had been on sale in select stores of Bengaluru on a trial basis since May 2. According to a Times of India report, “Taiwanese company Wistron, an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of Apple globally, has shipped a few thousand iPhone SE units out of its facility in the city’s industrial hub of Peenya.”
According to images tweeted on Thursday, few packaged boxes of the iPhone SE devices read, “Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in India”.
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