After weeks of anticipation, the first Apple Store in India will be inaugurated today, April 18, at Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). The store will be inaugurated by Apple CEO Tim Cook and will mark the first store in India to be designed and maintained by Apple itself. The Apple Store will not only serve as a retail point but also as an experience center and a place to educate consumers about Apple products and the latest hardware and software upgrades. See below for opening hours and what to expect from the Apple Store.
The occasion also marks the first visit by the Apple CEO since 2016. Tomorrow, April 17, Cook Tweeted A picture from BKC Apple Store with employees. He tweeted, “Hello, Mumbai! We can’t wait to welcome our customers to the new Apple BKC tomorrow.”
The Apple Store will open to the public at 11am today. After this people can come here and have darshan. However, expect large crowds.
First Apple Store to open today
At the Apple Store, customers will be able to explore Apple’s latest product lineup, find creative inspiration, and receive personalized service and support from the store’s well-equipped staff.
According to Apple, the store will be offering a special event called “Mumbai Rising” that will run from today until summer. The company claims that during the event, it will bring together visitors, local artists and creatives and offer free sessions featuring Apple products, services and hands-on activities that celebrate local community and culture.
Apple Store BKC is also going to be an energy-efficient commercial unit, with a dedicated solar array and zero reliance on fossil fuels for store operations. Apple claims the store is operationally carbon neutral, running on 100 percent renewable energy.
“At Apple, our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and our team is excited to celebrate this wonderful moment with them as we open our first retail store in India. Apple BKC is a reflection of Mumbai’s vibrant culture and brings together the best of Apple in a beautiful, welcoming space for connection and community,” said Deirdre O’Brien, Senior Vice President, Retail, Apple.
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