Apple Inc boss Tim Cook officially opened Apple’s first store in Mumbai, India. The Apple chief also had a series of meetings with business officials including Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“At Apple, our mission is to enrich lives and empower people around the world,” Cook said in a statement.
“India has such a beautiful culture and an incredible energy, and we’re excited to build on our long-standing history — supporting our customers, investing in local communities, and working together to build a better future with innovations that serve humanity.”
Cook also tweeted: “The energy, creativity, and passion in Mumbai is incredible! We are so excited to open Apple BKC — our first store in India.”
Now the fight is on for Apple to fight and compete for mobile phones luxury market share with the likes OPPO and Samsung in Asia.
“It’s great to see so many developers across India pursuing their passion and sharing their ideas with users around the world. I had the pleasure of meeting Hitwicket, India’s top-rated cricket app, Prayoga, an AR-based yoga app, and LookUp, an easy to use dictionary app!,” Cook Twitted.