After multiple Apple stores shut down across the world due to coronavirus, the company has finally given us some good news. The partners are working to open their branches in 20 new countries as part of their expansion programme.
The tech giant announced this on its developer portal so now the locals would not have to wait months to find tech support in their regions. But Apple has also asked the developers operating in those counties to log into the accounts on the website to make sure their updated licence agreement is accepted. This way, when the stores finally arrive, there are no problems with connecting the devices.
The announcement asks developers to complete all the required operations by April 10th which means that their plans for expansion would come sooner than you think. Right now the company has stores in around 155 countries. The new regions that will be blessed as part of their expansion are:
Bosnia and Herzegovina