Apple supplier Foxconn has initiated iPhone 15 production at an Indian plant, aiming to bridge the gap between its Indian operations and its main manufacturing hub in China, according to a Bloomberg report on Wednesday. The Sriperumbudur plant by Foxconn is gearing up to dispatch new iPhones shortly after their commencement of production in Chinese facilities. Apple has already shifted about 7% of iPhone manufacturing to India as of March, aligning with its strategy to decrease reliance on China, as indicated by sources familiar with the situation. The report also suggests that Apple’s other Indian partners, including Pegatron and Wistron, are poised to commence assembly of the iPhone 15 series in the near future. Apple, Foxconn, Pegatron, and Wistron have refrained from commenting on this matter. [Bloomberg]