Apple’s official e-store will launch in the third quarter of this year, according to a TechCrunch report. Currently, Apple sells its products online through partnerships with e-commerce companies such as Flipkart, Amazon and Paytm Mall. For offline, Apple is also expected to open its retail store in India very soon. Apple was earlier reported to start selling products online through its e-store in the first quarter of the year. The latest report suggests there’s a delay in the proceedings. The report added that Apple’s first physical store will be set up in Mumbai and may need a few more months before it becomes operational.Apple’s official e-store will come months after the Indian government relaxed Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) rules for several sectors including single brand retail. “We love our customers in India and we’re eager to serve them online and in-store with the same experience and care that Apple customers around the world enjoy. We appreciate the support and hard work by Prime Minister Modi and his team to make this possible and we look forward to one day welcoming customers to India’s first Apple retail store. It will take us some time to get our… Read full this story
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