Ahead of the festive season, global brand Apple is all set to launch online store in India on September 23, offering its full range of products and support directly to customers across the country for the first time.
The new online store will provide customers with the same premium experience found in Apple store locations around the world, delivered by online team members who are ready to offer their expertise. Customers will be able to get advice, receive guidance and learn about new products directly from Apple, both in English and Hindi.
As Apple is all set to launch online store in India, Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s senior vice president of Retail + People, said, “We’re proud to be expanding in India and want to do all we can to support our customers and their communities. We know our users are relying on technology to stay connected, engage in learning and tap into their creativity, and by bringing the Apple Store online to India, we are offering our customers the very best of Apple at this important time.”
For the health and well-being of Apple’s teams, customers, and communities, all orders from the Apple Store online will ship with contactless delivery. Orders that do not require a signature will be left at the customer’s door, and those that do will need only a verbal confirmation from a safe distance instead of a written signature.
Apple has been operating in India for more than 20 years, and the company’s ongoing investment and innovation support almost 900,000 jobs across the country. Apple’s App Design and Development Accelerator in Bengaluru has supported thousands of local developers, and today apps created by developers in India have become even more critical to everyday life as people seek to stay engaged and connected from home.
As COVID-19 presents immense challenges and uncertainties for communities across the country, Apple’s teams are supporting local organisations to provide remote learning with study guides and curricula.
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