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Apple India FY19 net down 70% at Rs 262 crore, revenue declined 19%

Apple India's revenue from operations was at Rs 13,048.71 crore

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Tech giant has seen over 70 per cent fall in its net profit in India to Rs 262.27 crore, while revenues fell 19 per cent in the 2018-19 over the last financial year, as per the regulatory documents.

India recorded a net profit of Rs 262.27 crore in the year ended March 2019 as against Rs 896.33 crore in 2017-18. In the preceding year, the company had posted a net profit of Rs 373.38 crore, the documents sourced by business intelligence platform Tofler showed.

The Cupertino-based giant also saw its revenue from operations declining 19.2 per cent to Rs 10,538.25 crore for 2018-19 in India, which is one of the world's largest mobile phone markets globally.

India's revenue from operations was at Rs 13,048.71 crore (in fiscal year 2018) and Rs 11,618.69 crore (in fiscal year 2017).

Emails sent to Apple did not elicit a response.

Apple -which has been facing tough competition from China's OnePlus in the Indian market- continues to place big bets on India. After the Indian government had relaxed FDI norms offering more flexibility on local sourcing norms, Apple had said it is keen on offering online and in-store experiences to Indian users that are at par with its global standards and aims to open its maiden retail store in India.

Apple, which offers its iPhones in the premium segment, had made an entry into the top 10 smartphone brands tally in the July-September 2019 quarter due to price cuts on XR model along with good channel demand for of its newly launched iPhone 11, a report by Counterpoint had recently said.

However, OnePlus continued to hold onto the number one spot in the premium category in the said quarter, the report had added.

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First Published: Wed, October 30 2019. 20:35 IST