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Apple supplier Foxlink will begin ramping up cable production later in 2020 from a new plant in India, as manufacturers hurry to set up a supply chain outside China.
As trade tensions with China continue, many major Apple suppliers are attempting to establish new manufacturing and assembly plants elsewhere.
Cheng Uei — also known as Foxlink — set up a new plant in India earlier in 2020, where they will ultimately begin mass production for Apple. The company is known for producing cables and connectors, such as Apple's Lightning connector.
At present, it isn't clear if the produced cables will be exported, or retained in the India market. Apple's iPhone 12 lineup — including cabling — was manufactured in China.