Apple has announced that it will open retail stores in India, starting with Mumbai and Delhi. The tech giant has reportedly begun the hiring process for store employees and is securing locations for the stores.
This marks a significant expansion for Apple in India, as the company previously relied on third-party retailers to sell its products. The move to open its stores is seen as a way for Apple to tap into the growing demand for premium smartphones and other electronics in India.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has previously expressed interest in expanding the company’s presence in India, citing the country’s large and youthful population as a key factor. The retail stores’ opening is expected to occur in the coming months.
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