Apple to update ‘Apple Store’ iOS app with full build-to-order Mac customization

“Apple is planning to roll out a number of changes to its store functionalities this weekend, including both online and brick-and-mortar purchasing platforms,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors.

“With a number of tips regarding staff meetings set for Sunday morning at the company’s retail stores, minor store makeovers, and now online order statuses going offline, Apple certainly seems to be seeking to roll out changes across the board,” Slivka reports. “While a revamped Apple Store application for iOS devices has been among the rumored rollouts for this weekend, we’ve now received a few additional details about changes coming to the app.”

Silvka reports, “According to sources, the revamped app will debut on Sunday with full support for customizing build-to-order Macs, offering the complete range of options currently available through Apple’s website.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]

5 Comments

  1. Awesome…for the once a year (or less) I would actually use it. Or maybe Apple hopes with this app update to better draw people like me (wishers on a student budget) into impulsively buying stuff more frequently by making it even more of a snap to do.

  2. As a Senior Apple product manager, I hope you will enjoy the freebies we are giving away to the first 1000 visitors at each of our stores on Sunday.

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