Apple Online Store In India
Apple, a tech firm, announced on September 23 the launch of its online store in India. The Apple online store in India will provide Indian clients with a way to purchase Apple products for the first time directly from the company. The new Apple online store in India will give consumers the same quality experience found around the world in Apple store locations, provided by members of the online team who are ready to offer their expertise.
Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s senior vice president of Retail + People, said, “We are proud to be expanding in India and want to do whatever we can to help our customers and their communities.” “We know that our users rely on technology to stay linked, engage in learning and tap into their imagination, and at this important time, we are offering our customers the very best of Apple by starting the Apple Online Store in India.”
The Apple online Store is the most convenient shopping destination for Apple products, with Apple Experts online available to assist with everything from custom configuring every Mac to setting up new computers. Customers, both in English and Hindi, can get tips, get guidance, and hear directly from Apple about new products.
The Apple online Store provides a variety of affordability solutions with funding options and an available trade-in service. Students will shop for a specially priced Mac or iPad and get discounts on accessories and AppleCare+. In October, customers can expect free Today online at Apple sessions based on photography and music, led by local Creative Pros. For select items, signature gift wrap and customised engraving will be available just in time for the holiday season. For AirPods, emoji or text engraving will be available in English, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu, and for iPad and Apple Pencil, English engraving will be available.
All orders from the Apple online Store will be delivered with contactless delivery for the wellbeing and well-being of Apple’s teams, clients, and communities. Orders that do not need a signature will be left at the customer’s entrance, and instead of a written signature, those that do will only need verbal approval from a safe distance.
Apple has been operating in India for over 20 years, and almost 900,000 jobs across the nation are funded by the company’s ongoing investment and innovation. Apple’s teams are helping local organisations to provide remote learning with study guides and curricula, as COVID-19 poses tremendous challenges and uncertainties for communities around the nation.
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