Apple plans 25 new stores for Chinese market in next 2 years
After a hysterical start of Apple’s iPhone 6 sale, Tim Cook, the chief executive of the brand, is consistently putting efforts to expand the business. Recent deal with IBM is already in news for it could fetch a huge number of new users for iOS users.
Apple had started the sale of iPhone 6 and 6s in U.S. along with several other nations on Sept. 19. Whereas in China, the sale faced a delay and it could start selling only on Oct. 17.
Now, Cook has announced his plans to expand the business in Greater China region. According to his remarks to Sina, a Chinese online media company, Apple would open 25 new stores in this region in addition to the existing 15 stores including the mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan. As per the reports, these stores would be set up within next two years.
Did you check Cook’s recent photo that he posted on a twitter, showing him with a lady who is assembling iPhone 6. Well, the brand maker visited the facilities in China which develops iPhone for the Great China market.
Obviously, it’ll be a win-win situation if the brand could expand its footprints in a country, which has got world’s second-largest economy.