Apple recently launched its Apple Store Pickup service in the UK and now the company has launched the service in six more countries in Europe.
The Apple Store Pickup service has now been rolled out to Spain, Sweden, France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.
The service allows you to order a product online from Apple’s online store and then pick it up at the nearest Apple retail store to you, orders can normally be collected within the hour, although some device make take longer.
The service works by your first checking the availbaility of stock in your local Apple Store via their online store, once your order is placed, you will then get an email notifying you that your order is ready to collect.
It has been available in the US since 2011, Apple only started to roll it out to other countries last month which included Australia, Canada and the UK.
Source MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple, Technology News, Top News