Apple To Launch International Pickup Service Soon

Posted: Nov 3 2015, 4:14pm CST | by , in Apple


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Apple To Launch International Pickup Service Soon

Apple will expand its Pickup Service Soon outside the US.

If you are resident of any country other than the United States, then Apple has soon-to-be good news for you.

A new report from Apple claims that the company is training its employees for a Personal Pickup program according to macrumors.

The program is expected to start within a month in the countries outside of the US. Personal Pickup service is already working in the US.

It permits customers to order the Apple products like, iPhone, Macs and iPad. After the initial order, customers can pick up their desired item from official Apple store within an hour.

This service is beneficial in terms that customers won’t have to wait for the lengthy, time-consuming store buying experience and the hassle of delivery to arrive too.

All the configurations and color options will be asked on the phone call and your order will still be ready within an hour. An international launch is soon expected.

The launch time frame will possibly be with the release of iPad Pro, which is due for next week. The Personal Pickup service initially started in the US in 2011.

Apple has taken a while to launch this service in other countries and has not confirmed this news yet.

There are however various reports also pointing out that the launch may be delayed for next year.

But, the launch of Personal Pickup during Christmas season will be beneficial for everyone, but a headache for the staff at the same time.

So, it can be the reason of the delay because Apple does not want to disappoint its clients with poor service.

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