First Apple Stores In Abu Dhabi And Dubai Will Open On October 29

Posted: Oct 15 2015, 5:09pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 15 2015, 9:25pm CDT, in News | Apple


First Apple Stores In Abu Dhabi and Dubai Will Open On October 29

Dubai and Abu Dhabi will soon have their very own Apple Stores.

Apple is all set to open its initial two retail stores in the United Arab Emirates in the following couple of weeks. Apple has planned a grand opening ceremony in Dubai and Abu Dhabi on October 29 for the new Apple Stores.

One of the upcoming two stores is already reputed to be the biggest Apple Store on the planet. The company just recently updated its store locations page to incorporate the two stores in UAE, reporting the openings of both stores too.

The Dubai store is in Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha and will open at 4pm on October 29, while the Abu Dhabi store is in Yas Mall, Yas Island and will open at 7pm around the same time.

The launch is perfectly in coordination with the rumors and speculations we had heard of not long ago.

Tim Cook himself was reported to have gone to the two UAE countries in February 2014, with some plan to launch these two stores.

Launching in the UAE market is what Apple had wanted to do for sometime. However, Apple had to overcome various foreign ownership obstacles in order to setup its stores there.

The store in Dubai was expected to launch in August initially and was delayed along with the Abu Dhabi store due to the legal matters.

The Dubai store will join the league of luxurious brand stores in what is one of the wealthiest parts of the world, and will without a doubt be a hit among the wealthy who need to be seen with the most recent and most noteworthy Apple products.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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