Apple Busy On An Offer To Make India An iPhone Export Center
Apple, the Cupertino-located smartphone manufacturer, is seeking at making India an export center and is operating on a new offer to deal with the government, claimed Ravi Shankar Prasad, the Union minister for electronics and IT, to the media in a statement.
Apple has been in discussions with the Government of India for incentives and tax breaks to manufacture iPhones and extend operations for a few years, but so far has failed. “Apple needed a lot of exclusions that might have resulted in a situation of favoritism in comparison with other companies, consequently we clarified to them the complete position. My department is presently in discussions with them and I believe that they are eager to make India a center of their exports so they are working again on their offer,” claimed Prasad.
He claimed that the government will take a decision on any new incentives or new request for alterations in policy after Apple arrives up with a new offer. Apple did not reply to an email asking for answers. The new offer is anticipated to be given by the end of April 2018, a person well aware of the development claimed to the media requesting for being unnamed.
Apple’s decision of opening its branch in India is proving to be a boon for the Indian population. The company’s three generation old product iPhone SE is available for a lowest amount of Rs 19,000 in India. The iPhone SE has a screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 with a 4.0 inch screen. It offers LED-backlit IPS LCD touchscreen with 60.8% of screen to body ratio. It also has a protection of Ion Strengthened Glass with a pixel density of 326 ppi.
Coming towards the software and hardware updates, the device currently is compatible for iOS 11. It is powered by Apple A9 processor and has a GPU set of PowerVR GT7600.