A salesman uses his iPhone at a mobile phone store in New Delhi, India. The country’s 1.3 billion people represents a large, underserved smartphone market that is becoming an increasingly important focus for Apple. Photo: Reuters A salesman uses his iPhone at a mobile phone store in New Delhi, India. The country’s 1.3 billion people represents a large, underserved smartphone market that is becoming an increasingly important focus for Apple. Photo: Reuters
A salesman uses his iPhone at a mobile phone store in New Delhi, India. The country’s 1.3 billion people represents a large, underserved smartphone market that is becoming an increasingly important focus for Apple. Photo: Reuters
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Apple plans to start selling online in India this September

  • Apple currently offers its devices in India through stores owned by franchise partners and via online platforms like Amazon.com and Flipkart
  • The US technology giant’s first bricks-and-mortar Apple Store in India will open next year in Mumbai

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A salesman uses his iPhone at a mobile phone store in New Delhi, India. The country’s 1.3 billion people represents a large, underserved smartphone market that is becoming an increasingly important focus for Apple. Photo: Reuters A salesman uses his iPhone at a mobile phone store in New Delhi, India. The country’s 1.3 billion people represents a large, underserved smartphone market that is becoming an increasingly important focus for Apple. Photo: Reuters
A salesman uses his iPhone at a mobile phone store in New Delhi, India. The country’s 1.3 billion people represents a large, underserved smartphone market that is becoming an increasingly important focus for Apple. Photo: Reuters
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