The Apple Online Store offers Apple's entire product line for sale on the web for those that either would prefer ordering online or don't have an Apple Retail Store near them. While most offerings in-store and online are the same, some items such as higher end Macs, must be built-to-order through the Apple Online Store. Aside from selling iPhones, iPads, iPods, Apple TVs, and Macs, the Apple Online Store also sells many accessories from many different manufacturers.
If you're looking to purchase a new Apple product but don't have an Apple Store near you, the Apple Online Store is your one-stop shop for everything Apple. The online Apple Store is available in many countries across the world and offers free shipping for most orders as long as they're over $50. Need a new pair of headphones to go with the iPhone you're ordering? No problem, you can browse through many different kinds of accessories to add to your order.
To access the Apple Online Store, you can go to store.apple.com from any computer, or download the Apple Store app for iPhone, which is a free download from the App Store. You can then browse through all categories of products and even place an order in just a few taps.
The Apple Online Store is also where you are required to place preorders for up and coming products, such as reserving an iPhone at your local Apple Store for pickup. The Apple Online Store also lets you sign in with your Apple ID to track orders, cancel or modify them, and even print out invoices for any order you've ever placed under that specific Apple ID.
No matter how you access the Apple Online Store, many people find it to be one of the simplest and convenient ways to shop for Apple products. No matter what kind of Apple product you're looking for, odds are the Apple Online Store has you covered.
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If you're trying to buy something from the Apple Online Store, you may be experiencing some issues right now. You're not alone.
Bob Kupbens, Apple's vice president of online retail, has reportedly left the company for a position elsewhere.
Apple has created a new section of its online store dedicated to selling accessories for people with disabilities.
Apple has taken its online storefront down in order to prepare for the launch of the iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro. The orders are expected to commence 12AM PT/3AM ET on Thursday, March 24.
Apple is offering free next day delivery on orders placed before 2 p.m. on December 23 for in-stock items.
In the hours leading up to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus pre-orders, the Apple online store has gone offline in preparation.
Apple has expanded its same-day courier delivery service to its online store. The service, in partnership with Postmates, is only available for certain products in select locations.
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