Apple plans to enter smaller India markets by opening a number of new stores, according to The Economic Times. The company is looking to enter the “top 50 tier II and tier III markets” by selling iPhones, iPads, and iPods in 100 exclusive standalone stores, and other stores-within-stores. Apple reportedly plans on setting up the stores within this fiscal year. The company has recently upped its presence in India, increasing the size of its executive team in the country. Earlier this year, Apple introduced incentives to make the iPhone more affordable in India.
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