iPhones To Be Built In 300-Acre Karnataka Factory, “To Create 1 Lakh Jobs”

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Foxconn, the leading manufacturer of iPhones, has been provided land on the outskirts of Bengaluru. The 300-acre campus is said to be one of the largest manufacturing units for Apple phones.A 17-member delegation of Foxconn management led by chairman Young Liu visited the campus today. “Bengaluru was the preferred destination for global companies and had been a forerunner in attracting investment, Foxconn chairman Young Liu said.The delegation would fly to New Delhi to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the evening, officials said.Foxconn, which stands second globally in manufacturing Apple phones, posted an income of 206 billion dollars in 2021.The company has manufacturing units in several countries including China, India, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Czech Republic and the US.