The first Apple store was scheduled to open in Mumbai later this year, but has now been officially delayed because of the current Covid-19 pandemic and public health situation.
The government of India wants Apple to participate in its new incentive that could result in the first “Made in India” iPads as early as this year, according to a new report from Reuters.
Apple has launched a new fitness challenge in India that comes with an interesting twist.
Following years of preparations and lots of back and forth between Apple and the Indian government, the Cupertino compay today expectedly launched its official online retail store in India, home to a population of almost 1.44 billion people.
Apple is getting ready to finally open its first online-only retail store in India, a 1.35 billion people opportunity. In addition, it's already planning a second physical outlet in the country.
It has been a long time coming, but build-to-order (BTO) Mac options are now available in India from Authorized Resellers.
As rumored back in January, Apple's Siri-powered HomePod smart speaker has gone on sale in India, a 1.35 billion people market, where it's sold for below the regular US pricing.
Following recent news by the government of India regarding an increase in import duties, Apple's now responded to the announcement by boosting the price of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 8 models sold in the country in order to offset the costlier import duties.
iPhone manufacturer Foxconn is reportedly moving some limited Apple production to India and Taiwan in response to the coronavirus outbreak that has taken more than 900 lives worldwide.
It would seem that Apple has altered its market strategy in India, where its market share is less than two percent and inexpensive handsets rule the landscape, in a move that has left its cash-strapped buyers in the 1.33 billion people country out in the cold.
The official Apple India channel on YouTube today published a new 40-second video in the ongoing #ShotoniPhone campaign that centers around cricket players in a celebration of Indian sports and culture.
For yeas, Apple has been assembling iPhone SE and iPhone 6s in India via Wistron to save on importation costs. The contract manufacturer is now said to be expanding its production capabilities into newer models, including the latest iPhone XS and iPhone XR line.