Apple to Launch EasyPay on November 3

An online blog dedicated to all things Apple reports that the Cupertino-based company is aiming to announce its new sales system known as EasyPay with an aim to offer customers to purchase Apple products without having to deal with sales staff. The new sales system is scheduled to launch on November 3.

It has been reported that the company held a meeting yesterday night to discuss its decision thoroughly with its staff before finalizing the announcement of its new sales system.

It is assumed that the new sales system will help Apple to boost customer orders as they will be able to collect their order just about 12 minutes after placing their order online, assuming that the product is available in the stock. The most noticeable feature about this system is its collection system.

When the order is ready, the customer will be notified via EasyPay app. The customer needs to visit the specific store where they ordered. There he/she needs to sign for the product and the product will be handed over to them. The company is thinking on another option according to which particular in-store products will be buyable in the same way, i.e. customers require to scan their purchase with the Apple Store app before leaving the store without any interaction with sales person.

In coming days, we will be able to get more information on the new sales system and its credibility.

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