iPads that showed product information on Apple store desks are replaced by an app

iPads that showed product information on Apple store desks are replaced by an app

We have already commented that Apple would withdraw the iPads used in product tasting tables in their Retail Stores, replacing them with a app that would run on the devices themselves. This change has already been implemented.

App Pricing used on products displayed at Apple stores

App Pricing used on products displayed at Apple stores

App Pricing used on products displayed at Apple stores

As we can see in the images above, Apple now uses an application called Pricing to inform customers of prices and product specifications.

Basically what was previously shown on the iPad passed to this app (information, comparisons, possibility to call a store employee to help you with something, etc.), which can be left aside momentarily if the customer wants to play / test the product on display.

App Pricing used on products displayed at Apple stores

App Pricing used on products displayed at Apple stores

App Pricing used on products displayed at Apple stores

Although the change is global, for the time being stores in Brazil are still using iPads to display product information, it is only a matter of time before this change is made.

Apple Watch Accessories

On a related note, Apple Retail Stores are now also selling accessories for Apple Watch manufactured by third parties (Apple partner companies). The first product that appeared in stores was the NightStand, from ElevationLab soon others will also appear on store shelves.

Night Stand for sale at Apple Retail Stores

Night Stand for sale at Apple Retail Stores

Apparently, this is a product that already has a packaging created in partnership with Apple.

(via 9to5Mac, MacRumors)