Apple formally announced the opening of Apple BKC by revealing the barricade of its first physical store in India at Jio World Drive Mall in Mumbai.
The Apple BKC creative features vibrant renditions of the decals along with many Apple products and services that will be available for our customers to explore, and it is inspired by the famous “Kaali Peeli” taxi art that is distinctive to Mumbai. The advertising for the store includes a cheery ‘Hello Mumbai’ to passersby in the traditional Apple greeting.
Apple Store in India
Visitors can download the new Apple BKC wallpaper and dance to the sounds of Mumbai with a specifically curated playlist on Apple Music, the company said, to commemorate the opening of the new shop.
This month, the business plans to welcome customers inside the retail location in India. At a later time, Apple may also open a storefront location in New Delhi. Along with quarterly records in Brazil and India, the tech behemoth has now established another all-time revenue record for the Indian market.
- Apple announced the opening of Apple BKC by revealing the barricade of its first physical store in India.
- Visitors can download the new Apple BKC wallpaper with a specifically curated playlist on Apple Music.
- This month, the business plans to welcome customers inside the retail location in India.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, recently stated that the company’s performance in India was excellent, noting that “we set a quarterly revenue record and grew very strong double digits year over year.”
“Despite the obstacles we discussed, that is. For us, India is a very exciting market and a key area of emphasis. In 2020, we shipped at the online shop. Cook had said in February, “We’ll shortly bring Apple retail there. He claimed that Apple fared reasonably well in India thanks to Covid.
That is the reason we are investing thereby opening a retail location, moving the online shop there, and putting forth a lot of effort. I have high hopes for India, the CEO continued.
In the fourth quarter of 2022, which included the Christmas season, Apple sold 2 million iPhones in India, an increase of 18% (quarter over quarter) for its top product. In 2022, the market share of iPhones in India increased by 11% to 5.5 percent (year-on-year).