POSTED AT 09:35 AM 11-08-2017
Abans appointed authorised distributor for Apple in Sri Lanka
Apple, the world’s most renowned and progressive technology brand, has appointed Abans PLC as the authorised distributor and importer of Apple products in Sri Lanka.
Having released the all new Apple MacBook Pro with Touch barand iPad 2017 series earlier this year, Abans has always been the first to introduce Apple’s latest innovations to the Sri Lankan market with each product fulfilling the globalised preferences as expressed by local consumers.
This significant milestone illustrates Abans’ primary aim of launching globally reputed brands that will steadily improve the lifestyles of Sri Lankan citizens. Having redefined the retail space within Sri Lanka for over 30 years, Abans has always focused on collaborating with brands that underscore innovation, quality and excellence as an integral part of their value systems.
In addition, Abans craved a unique niche for Apple in the Sri Lankan market when it first became an Apple authorised reseller in 2007. Now Apple, through Abans’ ardent efforts in marketing and sales, has become the most popular brand amongst Sri Lankan customers today.
Abans will currently distribute the entire range of Apple electronics through its vast island wide network ofmore than 400 showrooms and 15 Apple-Abans iStores. This will include the iPhone series namely iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus;theMac lineup such as MacBook Air, MacBook, MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, iMac, iMac Pro, MacPro and MacMini; and Apple accessories particularly the AirPod, Apple TV and many more.
Customers can further purchase genuine Apple products from Abans’ trusted Apple partners –Futureworld, BT Options and Tabz by DPJ Holdings. Since these retailers have been certified by Apple as authorised resellers in Sri Lanka, Abans has extended its special promotional facilities to them so that everyone can get the chance to purchase Apple. Individuals will also be given the opportunity to explore a comprehensive assortment of Apple devices and experience free live demonstrations at these Apple-accredited agents.
Moreover, consumers can head over to the Abans-Apple Service Centre, Sri Lanka’s most trusted Apple Service Provider, located at Racecourse Colombo, and attain specific services and repairs for any Apple product that has been purchased at Abans and all other authorised resellers or any other source from across the world.
Each technician present at the Abans-Apple Service Centre is Apple-certified and possesses a strong proficiency in conducting the most complex service and repair jobs using state-of-the-art machinery. Abans will also honour international Apple warranties and repair the commodities covered under a valid Apple warranty free-of-charge.
Customers have been advised to visit Abans-Apple iStores, Future World, BT Options or Tabz (DPJ Holdings) outlet to check out the latest Apple range.
Apple to launch watches that can make calls
Reuters: Apple Inc plans to release a version of its smartwatch later this year that can connect directly to cellular networks, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Some of the new models for the Apple Watch will be equipped with LTE chips and be able to perform many tasks without needing an iPhone to be in range, the Bloomberg report said. Currently, the Apple Watch needs to be connected to an iPhone to send messages, get directions from maps and stream music.
Intel Corp will supply the LTE modems for the new watch, according to Bloomberg.
The iPhone maker is already in talks with carriers in the United States and Europe about offering the cellular version of the Apple Watch, the report said.
Intel declined to comment, while Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.