Apple and its fans in India have been waiting for this moment for a long time, and finally, it looks like the first Apple store in India could open soon. The first store in India owned by Apple could open at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai.
Acc to a report by the Economic Times, the first Apple Store in India will open in the Maker Maxity mall, located in the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai. Apple has rented about 20,000 to 25,000 square feet of space for its first point of sale. The store will be spread over the three floors and will open in September next year.
The official Apple store will be three times larger than its largest franchise store in India, covering approximately 8,000 square feet. It will look like Hong Kong, which is about the same size. Apple currently imports furniture and accessories for its store.
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The report also adds that the adaptation process is already underway. Although neither Apple nor the owner of the mall has commented on this, it is a new, more or less confirmed. Apple did not mention that it was currently working on its first store in India, but it issued the following statement:
“We appreciate the support and the hard work of our respected Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his team to make this possible.
We’re looking forward to one day welcoming our customers to the first Apple store in India.