Apple Online Store : Apple’s first online store launched in India with ‘Namaste’, Learn offers

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Apple Says “Namaste” launches its first online store in India

Apple Online Store: In the midst of the Corona epidemic, online shopping has seen a rapid increase. At the same time, Apple has also started its online store in India. Now Apple will not have to resort to third party e-commerce companies to sell their devices.

You can also get a new iPhone by exchanging your old phone at Apple’s online store, although only some old phones have been listed for exchange. For example, if you have an old iPhone XS Max, then its exchange value will be up to Rs 35,000, while if you have OnePlus 7, then this amount will be Rs 15,655. All products purchased from the Apple Store will be delivered within 72 hours. Also Read: Redmi Note 9 at unbeatable Price: Sale Today

Tim Cook announced:

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently announced that an online store will be launched in India soon. The company will directly support its entire range of products and customers across the country. This means that customers in India can also buy iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, MacBook devices, and Apple TVs.

Will Apple Online Store benefit in festive season?

The company said in a statement that the new online store will give customers a premium experience of Apple stores worldwide, which will be given by members of the online team. The new online store is being started in India right now because the festive season is going to start from October. The company has also announced several offers, as well as offering student offers.

This service will be available in Apple online store

The Apple online store is currently live but products are yet to be listed. It has listed many features like Shop with Apple Specialists, No-contact delivery for free, How do you pay, Convert your old phone to iPhone, Mac Order, Configure Order for Personal Session. The website will also give people permission to buy AppleCare + where customers can extend the warranty and service for their device.

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