Apple manufacturer Foxconn has started building iPhone 11 units in a facility near Chennai in India, TechCrunch reported, the first time Apple has made one of its top-tier phones in India. Apple has been manufacturing lower-priced iPhone models in India since 2017 and reportedly has been considering moving production of its more premium models there for some time. In order, to reduce dependence on China, Apple plans to scale up production in India. By selling locally-made devices in India, Apple would be able to avoid a 20 percent import duty that India imposes on foreign-made electronics. It’s not clear whether the devices are being manufactured for sale within India only, or for the broader worldwide market. Can this step reduce the price of the iPhone in India?