Apple Delhi Store Opened | Apple’s second store opened in Delhi after Mumbai, happily CEO Tim Cook himself opened the gate for customers, watch video
Pic: ANI New Delhi. Shortly before now, the second official store of Apple in India has opened today in Saket, South Delhi. At the same time, CEO Tim Cook has opened the doors of the company’s second store a little before now i.e. at 10 am. With this opening, Tim looked very happy today. At the same time, he was also greeting the people and customers who reached the store. Let us tell you that earlier on Tuesday, he had opened Apple’s first flagship retail store in Mumbai on April 18 at 11 am. Let us tell you that this country store has been built in Mumbai BKC Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani’s Jio World Drive Mall. At the same time, Apple currently has a total of 551 stores in 25 countries. But now after the opening of another Apple store in Delhi’s Saket, its number has increased to 552. #WATCH | Apple CEO Tim Cook inaugurates India’s second Apple Store at Delhi’s Select City Walk Mall in Saket. pic.twitter.com/KnqGiaf7oX — ANI (@ANI) April 20, 2023 Be aware that Apple’s Delhi outlet has been named Apple Saket. It is located in Select City Walk Mall, South Delhi. Its distance from New Delhi railway station is about 16 kms. At the same time, the design of this store is inspired by many gates of Delhi. The monthly rent of this store is Rs 40 lakh. Interestingly, the first floor store in Delhi is much smaller than the flagship store in Mumbai, but will exclusively showcase all Apple products. Like all Apple facilities, Apple Saket’s operations in India will run on 100% renewable energy and are carbon neutral. Be aware that Apple’s official retail stores are known worldwide for their premium customer experience.