Tim Cook confirms Apple is preparing to open stores in India

Apple CEO Tim Cook along with other Apple executives held a Town Hall meeting at company’s headquarters indicating that the company is in early preparations to open its retail stores in the country.

Currently, Apple is in partnership with Croma, allowing the company to open Apple stores within Croma’s stores.

Aside from stores in India, other things discussed were iPad growth, Apple Watch sales, new Apple Campus 2, as well as more retail stores in China per report from 9to5Mac.

Tim Cook also answered questions regarding Apple’s dependence on the iPhone business, indicating that Apple is trying to offer its services on other platforms such as Android, mentioning Apple Music as an example, which is available on Play Store.

Additionally, Cook mentioned that India is one of Apple’s most important growth markets for the next decade.

Indicating that 4G LTE networks are not in every emerging market, giving Apple the opportunity to push its devices to countries like India.

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