Apple suppliers have upped investment in production in India in recent months as they look to diversify supply lines and expand in the country. In September, Indian firm Tata Group entered discussions with Taiwan-headquartered Apple supplier Wistron over the building of an iPhone assembly plant in India, according to Reuters. Foxconn, a critical assembler for the American tech giant, is set to expand its production capacity in India by 1.5 times in 2023 and quadruple its headcount in the country within two years and Pegatron, another Taiwanese contractor to Apple, began iPhone assembly at an Indian plant last month, according to Late Post, a Chinese media outlet. Late Post added that Shenzhen-based firm Luxshare Precision was among a number of Apple suppliers to have increased investment in India in recent months. J.P. Morgan forecasts that almost 95% of Apple’s products are currently made in China, but expects that figure to drop to around 75% by 2025. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is working with its suppliers to actively move assembly out of China after iPhone production was disrupted by unrest at Foxconn’s Zhengzhou facility. [Late Post, in Chinese]