We’ve been hearing since February that Apple’s been keen to start assembling iPhones in India, and the company has confirmed to The Wall Street Journal today that it’s begun doing so – starting with the iPhone SE. Apple has contracted Taiwanese manufacturer Wistron to handle assembly operations in Bangalore, the capital of the southern state of Karnataka. An initial rollout of iPhone SEs will become available in the country either this week or the next – but it’s unclear if local pricing will be affected. For reference, the 4-inch iPhone SE’s 16GB version can be had in India for Rs.…

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