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Made in India iPhone 15: Apple’s big preparation, ‘Made-in-India’ iPhone 15 will be sold for the first time on launch day!

A big information has come out before the Apple Launch Event which is going to start at 10.30 pm tonight. A Bloomberg report states that tech giant Apple is ready to sell Made-in-India iPhone for the first time from the day of its launch. There is a possibility that the new iPhone purchased on launch day may be made in India. The company is planning to make Made-in-India devices available in South Asian countries.

The report mentions the iPhone 15s, which will be available for sale from day one. If this really happens then Indian users will not have to wait much for new iPhones. However, the remaining parts of the iPhone will come from China, which remains the hub of iPhone manufacturing for Apple worldwide.

Over the past few years, Apple has expanded iPhone manufacturing to other countries and India is important for it. Last month itself, the company started the production of iPhone 15 at the factory of Apple supplier Foxconn Technology Group in Tamil Nadu.

However, if we talk about the new iPhone 15 series, the company is going to present the new iPhones in the Wonderlust event. iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro, and 15 Pro Max are likely to be launched at the event. It is also being said that instead of 15 Pro Max, this time the top variant can be introduced in the name of 15 Ultra.

According to reports, a 48MP Sony sensor with ƒ/1.6 aperture can be seen in iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. The iPhone 14 had a 12-megapixel lens. In this respect, iPhone 15 is bringing a big upgrade. There will also be a 12-megapixel ultrawide sensor which will have ƒ/2.4 aperture. The front camera found in Dynamic Island is said to be 12 megapixels.

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