The Tata Group is set to become India’s first homegrown iPhone manufacturer. This development follows the acquisition of an assembly plant near Bengaluru from Apple supplier Wistron Corp for approximately $125 million.
- Tata Group’s plan is to produce Apple iPhones for both the domestic and global markets.
- Production is expected to commence within two and a half years.
- The move signifies India’s increasing production capabilities.
- Apple’s previous strategy primarily relied on selling devices made in China to customers worldwide.
Question: TATA Group acquired an assembly plant for Apple phones near Bengaluru from which group?
a) Apple Inc.
b) Samsung Electronics
c) Wistron Corp
d) LG Electronics
Ans : c) Wistron Corp