Apple advertises “The Incredible” iPhone 6s, locally made and sold in India

India is the second largest smartphone market in the world. However, its status as a developing country means that per capita income is low. The latest data from The Human Development Index (HDI) shows that 25% of Indians get by earning less than $1.25 USD each day. As a result, value manufacturers like Xiaomi have done well in this market. Most of the Apple iPhone models sold in India tend to be lower priced older models. To make them even cheaper, Apple started manufacturing in the country a couple of years ago. This helped the handsets avoid a $100 USD import tax and was in sync with Indian …

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