Apple, the technology giant, has completed 25 years of operations in India, marking the occasion with the launch of its first branded retail store in the country. The new store, located in Mumbai, was previewed on Monday, and is expected to offer a dynamic space for customers to experience Apple's products and services.
The launch of the store is seen as a significant milestone for Apple, which has long been a popular brand in India. The company has been selling its products through third-party retailers in the country for many years, but this new store marks the first time that Apple has opened its own retail outlet in India.
According to reports, the new store will feature a range of Apple products, including iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, and other accessories. The store will also offer a range of services, such as technical support, product demonstrations, and workshops.
Apple has plans to open more retail stores in India in the near future, with the second store set to open in New Delhi this week. The company has been working to expand its presence in India, which is one of the world's largest smartphone markets.
Apple's move into the Indian retail market comes as the company continues to face challenges in other markets, such as China. The company has been working to diversify its business in recent years, with a greater focus on services such as Apple Music, Apple TV+, and iCloud.
Despite these challenges, Apple remains one of the world's most valuable and recognizable brands, and the launch of its first retail store in India is sure to be a significant moment for the company and its customers in the country.