Apple is set to overhaul its online store to introduce a “dramatically simplified user interface” that will make spending your hard-earned cash on Apple goods easier than ever before. And this isn’t just another story fresh from the rumor mill; it was revealed by Apple itself.
The Cupertino company has posted a notice on the top of its online education stores that are aimed at kindergarten through 12th grade institutions. Simply titled “The new Apple Store,” the notice announces a number of changes that will “make it easier to do business with Apple.”
The new Apple Store
Apple is launching a new online store, which is your tool to shop and place orders with Apple. Proposal creation, order status, and a dramatically simplified user interface will make it easier to do business with Apple — all in a secure and reliable environment.
The transition to the new store will be easy. Your current Apple ID and password will continue to work. In the coming weeks, you will receive more information on the store’s features, benefits, and launch date.
Because the notice has only been placed atop the store for K-12 buyers at this point, it’s believed that it only applies to these speciality stores designed for education. In the future, however, it’s likely it will rollout to the general storefront if it’s successful.