In India 2019 year will be bad for Apple, due to smartphones sales will fall

New Delhi: In January-March quarter, iPhone shipments decreased 42 percent compared to last year. So 2019 can prove to be the worst year after 2015 for Apple. Extreme discounts from April Shipments rose by 200% compared to March but after that there was a decrease in May and June. According to experts, this reduction is due to the world's highest demand smartphone market. The smartphone market has been seizing Apple's market. This reduction happened at a time when Apple Taiwanese company Foxconn is planning to make its expensive phone in India. The company's initial plan is to create 2,50,000 phones in a month. 70-80 percent of which will be exported. Apart from China, Apple will also be able to help in increasing the production base in other countries. The director of Hong Kong's market research company says that Apple's performance in 2018 is poor. Compared to last year, the impact of further slowdown in the shipments was seen on the outlook of 2019. In the January-March quarter this year, the iPhone shipments decreased to 220,000 units in India. According to company analysts estimates, this figure can be increased threefold in six months. In April, some models, such as Apple's iPhone X and XR, reduced their prices to eliminate old stock. Thus, the shipments of 200,000 yuan of that month were made. The demand for the iPhone in May-June was reduced due to attractive offers for Chinese smartphone company's winnacle in premium segment. Apple has expressed interest in making India a manufacturing hub due to the ongoing tradewalk between the US and China. The company asked 15 percent of the production from Foxconn, Pegatron and Vistron to supply its main suppliers out of China. Some of the companies, such as Apple's Global Manufacturing Partners, are already thinking of making an international business hub in India.

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