Apple eyes UAE market

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A view of a store in Dubai?s Mall of the Emirates. Reports suggest it is set to become the first Apple Store in the UAE. Photo -

For all the Apple fans, here is something that is going to brighten up your spirits and make you happy. Finally, the official Apple online store is now available in the UAE. And as it seems, it is going to be much more than just a store.

The Apple Store prices are under the current market prices which are being offered on other online outlets in the UAE. Apple is offering a wide range of products that include MacBooks and iPad along with consumer friendly services such as free engraving on any iPad or iPod purchased in the store .The users of the online store can have their own specifications for memory and drives, by building their own customised Mac.

?Apple online store has moved in to drop electronics retailers sales on few products in UAE?, said Hazeem Salem, senior research analyst at IDC Middle East.


Apple not only understands its loyal customers, it also gives them the best quality product or service at all times. Also the user-friendly payment services by credit card and an added bonus to all the UAE Apple customers who order over AED 520, shipping costs are being wavered.

?I have waited so long to purchase music on iTunes, having been forced to buy gift cards from the US in bulk or persuade those with US-based credit cards to make the purchases for me,? said 22-year-old Anandhi Gupta.

Reports suggest the Cupertino giant is about to open its official Apple store in UAE this month in Dubai?s Mall of the Emirates staffed with the best of Apple employees who can assist you to grab your choice of products at the best price.

As part of its celebration, Apple is giving away vouchers to customers interested in purchasing iMacs and Macbooks.

?I have been in the market for an iPad 2 for a month, but the prices offered by retailers here have been nothing less than Dh2,400. If you purchase it from a dodgy reseller, with no warranty, then you might strike lucky with a price of Dh2,180,??29-year-old Marcus Copher said while adding he’s tempted to try the new Apple Store services.

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