Apple launches online store hub to let you shop and get served remotely

By Manikanta Immanni

Apple has just made a new online hub for all its services and sales. This new platform will help customers shop all its products and learn more about its services. Apple did have these kinds of online services previously but scattered across many websites. But now, all these essential services are pooled to one central website, calling it Apple Shop.

Gradually Moving From Physical to Online Stores

The ongoing pandemic has led many of Apple’s physical stores around the world to be closed, and analysts infused this into their estimates of decreased earnings this quarter. But surprisingly, the Q2 earnings of Apple, unveiled last week, showed no fallen sales, or even slight rise of Apple’s earnings. This is driven by Apple’s online store.

Thus, Apple is prioritizing the online store to be a mainstream platform for users even after this lockdown situation ends. With that in mind, Apple has updated its Support app last week, with more focus on remote troubleshooting and repairs. And the latest addition is this newly setup online hub, which is more of an Apple online shop for sales and services.

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What All You Get?

Here at Apple Shop, you can learn about how Apple is delivering products with contact-less delivery, track status of your order, several modes of payments, locating stores, Genius Bar, and Apple credit options (Apple Card). Genius Bar is the Apple’s support team, where you can get assisted by a representative via chat, phone, email or even Twitter. They help you troubleshoot any problem, recovering credentials, info about services etc.

There’s even an Apple At Home section in the Apple Shop to see and learn some creative homework. Besides these, you can also shop for Apple products like iPhones, iPads, Watches, iPods, Macs and accessories. You’ll be shown with several payment choices which include paying through Apple Card, to get 3% daily cashback. Apple is trying to make sure you don’t miss out any servicing feature that’s available at the physical store, in its all-in-one online store.

Try it here: Apple Store

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