Apple launches online Apple Store Philippines

“Apple Online Store has been officially launched in the Philippines. I’m excited. Now I no longer have to leave the comfort of my home to buy Apple products. A move like this points to a great future for online purchasing and delivery in the Philippines. With orders above P3,000, delivery is free,” Jayvee Fernandez reports for A Bugged Life.

“The Apple Online Store brings something else on the table – competition. Now we have a benchmark as to how much an Apple product can cost vis a vis the other official and unoffical distributors (hehe),” Fernandez reports.

Full article – which also asks “what happend to loacl distributors?” – here.

Apple Store Philipines is store.apple.com/ph/.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jim” for the heads up.]

13 Comments

  1. apple should get their priorities straight. no iphone in the ukraine (50 million people) and no online store in russia (130 million people) with average income between $300 and $500 and a middle class in the millions apple should target these countries first in my mind.

  2. Ayos! Ang saya-saya ko sa filipinas. Sana, makababalik ako doon. Mahina na ang tagalog ko , wala na akong kausapan kasi.

    Great! I’m so happy for the Philippines. Hopefully, I’ll be able to go there soon. My Tagalog is weak now because I don’t have anyone to speak with.

  3. > walang address system sa philippines

    You’re kidding, of course. Anyway, it must be good for the balance sheet. Y’know – what comes out after eating the balance. MW: deep, as in deep sheet.

  4. Not only Philippines and Indonesia have the new online store, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam also launch their own online store.
    I guess all of these stores are under operated by Apple South East Asia which is based in Singapore.

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