Apple's CEO Tim Cook's future plans for the Indian market was handed over to Apple, Apple's chief of customer service at the Nokia Networks, Aish Chaudhari, was appointed chief operating officer of India, according to the Cupertino-based iPhone manufacturer.
Nokia's veteran, Chowdhary, is heading India's Indian company next year, confirming the IANS.
The decision to hire Chowdhary indicates that Apple is really looking for long-term growth in the price-sensitive market, where Apple is a highly demanded brand, and usually has high-cost or older generation phones.
Nokia also announced on Tuesday its changes in its group leaders, and said Chowdhary would "leave Nokia at the end of 2018 after 15 years of success."
"Chowdhary Company continues to serve customers and will remain a member of Nokia Group Leadership until the end of 2018. It's going to take a leadership position in the company other than Nokia, "Nokia said.
Apple has attacked Chowdhary – it has a global and local industry profile – it has about 450 million users and is getting most of the fastest growing market after China and the US.
Apple India is currently under the direction of Michel Coulong, who was taken by Sanjay Kaul in December last year.
Chowdhary has 25 years of international experience in the enterprise and telecommunications. As Chief Business Officer, he has been responsible for the sales and operations of Nokia Networks worldwide.
He is the leader of various leadership positions, including the Head of Asia and Africa in the Middle East, and Head of Global Services Business Unit.
These units distributed almost half of the company's revenue and became key to Nokia's successful transformation.
The meeting comes as the iPhone developer strives to look for tax incentives and other incentives that the government can undertake to pick up additional phones in the country and evaluate proposals to establish a production unit.
By breaking Apple's silence in India, General Manager Tim Cook acknowledged that his business was flat in the fourth quarter compared to weak currency trends in the country on November 1.
Cook, however, has acknowledged that there is still a great deal of trust in India's middle class.
According to Apple CEO, he had a very good exchange of views with the Indian government.
"We have had a great deal of fruitful discussions with the Indian government, and I'm looking forward to agreeing to bring our stores back to the country once," the expert explained.
Apple is currently collecting iPhone 6S with its partner, Viston, in India.
"I am a great believer in India. I'm a country where people are very bullish and have a good job here, "Cook said.
Cook also knows a great opportunity in India.
"There are many people who move to the middle class. The government has really taken the lead in reform and has taken very bold steps.
"I can do that and can not wait for the future," said the expert.