Apple isn’t afraid to rebrand things, even if it doesn’t do it as often as some other companies.
Ahead of Apple’s education-focused event later today, the company’s online store has gone down. This is typical of Apple as it is known to take down its online store before its media events to prepare for the release of new hardware.
Apple Stores in India Could Be a Reality Soon as the Cabinet Approves 100% FDI In Single Brand Retail
Apple Stores are one of the modern day landmarks, designed to give users the true Apple experience. However, Indian customers have been deprived of Apple Stores due to the local regulations which only allowed FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) of 49%.
Apple has been busy changing the look of its retail spaces all across the globe for a little while now, with the hope that they become more open spaces, where it’s not just about buying things, but also enjoying the area itself, and the shops and events Apple hosts there, too.
Apple’s Redesigned Stores Could Potentially Reduce Load on ‘Geniuses’ Straining Under iPhone’s Success
Apple’ physical stores have become a victim of their own success. There is no denying that Apple’s stores are a tourist attraction in their own right, but its the popularity of the iPhones which is putting a strain on Apple stores and their technicians.
In the grand scheme of things, it sounds like the pre-order process went pretty smoothly in the waking morning hours today. But of course there were some hiccups.
Ever since Angela Ahrendts joined Apple from Burberry years ago, the executive’s goal has been to give Apple retail a big makeover, changing things both small and big for a better experience.
Thanks to a recent survey from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, we have an idea of where Apple customers like to go to pick up their products.
Apple has started selling refurbished models of the 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro from its online store. Released first in June 2017, the 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro features Intel’s Kaby Lake processors.