Apple’s recent expansion into India marks a major shift in the company’s focus from North America to Asia, as the South Asian market continues to be one of the most promising regions for growth. With two new brick-and-mortar stores set to open in Mumbai and Delhi this week, Apple is hoping to capitalize on strong demand for its products among local consumers. The company has already hired more than 1 million developers in India since 2013, demonstrating its intent to bolster its presence in the region and tap into a wellspring of potential customers.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook is in India this week to launch the company’s new stores and meet the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Cook plans to discuss Apple’s commitment to India, which has seen strong economic growth in recent years. The companies are expected to discuss collaborations between Apple and Indian businesses.
Apple’s statement announcing its plans to invest in India highlights the company’s commitment to building a better future for all. The company is excited to work with local communities and support customers as it invests in new technologies that will benefit everyone.
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