Moving would have killed US consumers and US companies, would be taxed if they came to the country. Apple should decide if they get their prizes to compensate.
"The direct influence should be in the United States," said Bryan Ma, analyst with IDC. "As a punt comes to scramble, 25% on a $ 1000 phone is not a bit unpleasant, not as Apollo any of that or absorbs or if it is largely transmitted to consumers."
Trump said that the tariff rate may be 10% or 25%, the earlier weekly newspaper to say: "I can make it 10%, and people can easily stand."
Even if it can be done, US labor costs generate the cost of iPhone, according to Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Solutions.
"If they make the smartphones in America, it would then make something between 20% to 35% more to the final consumer prices of the phones," he said.
At the top end of Bajarin's range, that would be an extra $ 350 on basic iPhone Xs. This means that it is expensive to move iPhone production to the United States, or take the rates. Trump is threatened.
"It would further threaten the global supply chain, leading to higher prices for the electronic devices that people lose at any time and even losing US jobs," said Jose Castaneda, a spokesperson for the group.
Apple states that the bulk of the study and design for the iPhone and other devices in United States has been done. But the country finds the viable amount needed to make these products, according to CE Cook Tim Cook.
"In US, you have a meeting of engineers and I'm not sure we can fill the room. In China you can have more football fields," he said.
Apple has other options in Asia
Besides Apple, the iPhone production house should not bring the rates to Trump.
Some Apple competitors have been successful in producing the basic formation of phones, computers or televisions in China, but the latest composition in places such as Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, be Bajarin.
"That would get them all the products delivered directly from China," he said.
Trump set to bring these types of jobs back to the United States is abuse, according to Bajarin.
"The US loses its place in decades ago, namely when it comes to things like consumer electronics, and that will never come back."