Today the AppleInsider’s member in China visited the unauthorized Apple Store in Kunming however The Californian Based Giants could go ahead and checkout the those unauthorized stores to be closed for fake verification. two weeks ago Apple sent the document to the unauthorized stories in China and Taiwan to close the stores But Apple didn’t had any message from those stores and also the Chinese Apple Fans visited the store and already they have recorded a video of the fake store in Kunming, China and already the have created a Blog Called “BirdAboard” and find out the video of the store which has been recorded by BirdAboard Bloggers
After news of the store was picked up by local Chinese media, a number of upset customers returned to the store to complain. “With a store this big, it looks so believable who would have thought it was fake?” said a customer, who had come back to the store to demand a receipt for her purchase of a MacBook Pro and iPhone 3G.
“Where’s my receipt, you promised me my receipt last month!” she shouted at the store’s employees. Staff said that business had been affected by the report.
Some customers, however, were unfazed by the news that the store was not an authorized Apple reseller. “As long as their products are real it’s okay — after all, you enter a store not to look at anything except their products,” said 18-year-old Hu Junkai. “If the products you buy are real why do you care whether the store is a copy?”
There is only four stores in China which operated by Apple, though it plans to open a total of 25 in the next few years. The company has focused its efforts on the region, growing its Greater China revenues, which include Hong Kong and Taiwan, to $3.8 billion in the June quarter, a whopping six-fold increase.
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