Finally, Apple has launched its online store in India. Up until now, Apple had been relying on third-party resellers like imagine store in the offline sector and Flipkart, Amazon in the Online space. Now due to Apple’s site, we have more buying options.
The now live website has the latest products including ones launched last week to buy, like the Apple Series 6 and Apple Watch SE which was not the case before. Newly launched Apple products would sometimes take weeks/months to arrive in Indian stores. Apart from that, the Macbooks and iMacs have a direct configurable option over the website itself so that you get the desired configuration without much hassle.
All the iPhones with all the color variants and storage options are nicely presented. Also, there is a trade-in option which reduces your overall cost of the phone. There are few selected iPhones, Samsung Phones, and OnePlus phones which are eligible for trade-in for now. Apart from that, you get an option of AppleCare+ coverage which includes Priority access to Apple experts, Apple-certified repairs using genuine Apple parts. AppleCare+ extends your warranty with up to 2 years of technical support and accidental damage cover.
While buying you can also chat live with a specialist to make better buying decisions. Apple will manage the logistics within the products delivered anywhere in India promising Free, Safer Delivery. All orders will ship with no-contact delivery. You can pay with credit and debit cards, credit card EMI, RuPay, UPI, net banking, and credit card on delivery. Students may be eligible for additional savings. You can now place orders from the store now at www.apple.com/in/shop
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