Apple, a major technology company, unveiled its 'Apple Saket' store on Wednesday and said that it will open the first one in the nation's capital on Thursday.
Deirdre O'Brien, senior vice president of retail at Apple, stated, "We are excited to provide the best of Apple to our consumers in Delhi with the inauguration of our second shop in India, Apple Saket.
"Our incredible team members look forward to connecting with the local community and helping them find new ways to pursue their passions and unleash their creativity through our amazing products and services," Apple stated in a statement.
Customers will find it simpler to buy online and pick up their gadgets at a convenient time in-store thanks to the store's dedicated Apple Pickup station.The statement continued, "Like other Apple facilities, Apple Saket and Apple's activities in India run on 100% renewable energy and are carbon neutral.
According to Apple, the shop employs more than 70 highly experienced retail team members who are multilingual and hail from a total of 18 different Indian states.
According to the announcement, clients may schedule an appointment at the Genius Bar at Apple Saket to receive hands-on technical and hardware support. According to the statement, "Genius Bar appointments may assist with everything from setting up a device, regaining an Apple ID, choosing an AppleCare plan, or changing subscriptions.
Tim Cook, the company's CEO, on Tuesday officially launched Apple's first retail location in India in Mumbai's Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC).The CEO of Apple posted a photo from the grand shop opening on Twitter yesterday with the statement,
"The energy, inventiveness, and enthusiasm in Mumbai is astounding! Opening our first store in India at Apple BKC makes us really happy.Disclaimer: This content was automatically published from an agency feed without any text editing and without editor approval.