Spotted by 9to5Mac – Apple today expanded its online retail store in Russia. The move really make a lot of sense as with this it welcomes its availability to the country’s huge population of 140 million people plus since not having any physical retail store in the country makes the online store an extra special entity.
The online retail store includes a live chat service along with allowing telephone hotline customers to use to figure out things with staff members. Customers can purchase iPhones, iPads, iPods, Macbooks and other Apple products and accessories direct from the company online.
Not only this, but as per The Moscow News – via 9to5Mac, Apple is also planning to start direct sales operations in the country by this year itself and for this it is already on search for the right real estate site for its first physical appearance in the country.
This whole move clearly indicates that the year going to be big for Russians’ Apple fans.