Apple is trying to make solid footprints the Chinese market, and plans to open up a number of retail locations in the region over the course of next few months.
Recently, the company opened the Westlake Apple Store in Hangzhou, China, which is the biggest retail store from the Cupertino-based company in Asia.
Apple mentioned its trying to gain market share in China which is dominated by local brands like Xiaomi, and the Korean company Samsung as well, but with the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the Cupertino company aims to penetrate the market even further.
Even Apple’s CEO Tim Cook posted an image on Twitter on the big occasion saying, “Starting Something New in Hangzhou, China! #AppleStoreWestLake” As with all Apple flagship stores, this one also features a a Genius Bar, floor space for workshops and One to One personal training.
Previously, we heard that Apple plans to open up five new retail locations in China before the Chinese New Year which happens to be on February 19th this year. The company opened its first retail store in the region in 2008, and aims to bring the number to
Source: AppleInsiderFiled Under: Apple, Top News