Discusses India’s tech-driven transformation with Apple CEO and PM Narendra Modi
In FY23, Apple shipped over 7 million iPhones and half a million iPads in the country, registering a growth of 28 per cent for iPhone shipments, according to initial estimates provided by market intelligence firm CMR.
New Delhi: Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and insisted that he is committed to promoting growth and investment across the country. as he discussed with them the technology-driven changes taking place in the country.
Cook, who is in India to launch the company’s flagship retail stores in Mumbai and Delhi, thanked PM Modi for the warm welcome.
In a tweet, Cook posted a picture with PM Modi and said, “Thank you PM @narendramodi for the warm welcome. We look forward to seeing the positive impact of technology on India’s future.” share your vision about the world – from education and developers to manufacturing and the environment.” .
Cook said, “We remain committed to growth and investment across the country.”
PM Modi replied: “Pleased to meet you, @tim_cook! Sharing views on a variety of topics and highlighting the tech-driven changes taking place in India.” pleasure to.” Apple is ramping up its manufacturing in India along with expanding its retail presence.