Apple opens Apple Store Online in India

India is one of the countries with the most potentialAll the big technology companies have had the Asian country in their sights in recent years, yes, today we must see how the country evolves as it is one of the most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, from Cupertino they do not want to miss the opportunity to be in India. From Apple they have wanted to transfer part of their production to India, and now, after the official announcements, Apple just opened the Apple Online Store in India. After the jump we will tell you more about this important news.

There were many rumors that spoke of Apple's entry into India, but Indian regulations regarding imports and exports blocked this great Apple operation. With changes in local trade regulations, with a view to the large investment of foreign companies, Apple already has the go-ahead to enter the Indian market. India's new Apple Online Store is here to stay, a Apple Store where you can buy all the company's products in addition to receiving support (in English and Hindi) directly on these products. Products that can be buy through credit and debit cards, the EMI credit card, RuPay, UPI and NetBanking. They will even have the ability to access the Apple Store with student discounts.

Apple also wanted to activate the iPhone replacement program in India (also available by delivering Samsung and OnePlus devices), to get discounts when buying a new iPhone. A great move to get more market in this country. AppleCare + is also available from today in India, extending the country's warranty to two years, in addition to adding accidental damage coverage.

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