Apple plans small, neighborhood shop concept in India to sell iPads, iPhones

by TabTimes Staff

March 12 2014

 Apple will open a series of smaller "neighborhood shops" in India to push the iPhone and iPad in a region dominated by cheaper products from rival Samsung.

A report in The Economic Times says Apple is working with local distributors to set up small shops in large cities and "tier II" markets.

Unlike the bigger, sleek Apple Stores in the U.S. and elsewhere, the Indian outlets — run by distributors — will reportedly be far more humble at 400 to 600 square feet. With the limited floor space, Apple is looking to focus primarily on mobile products like the iPhone and iPad, which will be positioned next to lower-end Macs and iPods.


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