Apple has also maintained its leadership position in the premium segment — handsets priced above Rs 30,000 — in India with an almost 48% share in the March quarter, Counterpoint said. “Strong demand for the iPhone 11 coupled with aggressive offers on the iPhone SE 2020 and expansion in ‘Make in India’ capabilities are the driving factors in this growth,” it said.Economic Times Reports
Apple will not succeed in India. Indians are cost conscious. They will not pay big money for iPhones. Why would Indians pay more money for iPhone when Android phones can do the same work.
Lot of excuses where given. But it turns out Indians are no different than any other human beings. If they have money, they will buy iPhones.