Several phone manufacturers including Xiaomi, Samsung, and Vivo will resume smartphone production in India after state governments started to allow the limited opening of manufacturing plants.
After reports of Foxconn's plan to expand its manufacturing plant in India, another Apple production partner, Wistron, is now following suit amid the growing tension between the U.S. and China.
In the latest suit in a legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm, four contractors for the Cupertino company have brought a suit against Qualcomm, accusing it of violating antitrust laws.
Apple has started stocking retailers in Bengaluru with the first batch of its India-assembled iPhone SE phones. The 32GB variant is launching at ₹27,200, while the 128GB variant costs ₹37,200.
The CEO of Wistron - the Taiwanese company which assembles iPhones - has confirmed that the next generation of iPhones will be equipped with wireless charging and a waterproof body.
The heated legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm is now turning worse, as the latter has filed lawsuits against four contract manufacturers which stopped paying patent royalties to the chipmaker.
A report by the Wall Street Journal details Apple's plans to start manufacturing the iPhone 6, 6S and SE in Bangalore, India. Apple will reportedly be working with Taiwanese manufacturer, Wistron.
If Microsoft's 6-inch Lumia 1520 just isn't big enough for you, Wistron is hoping that its 6.45-inch 'Tiger' Windows Phone will be large enough to satisfy your needs - if it ever goes on sale.