According to the keen eyes of the Apple Insider team, Apple has hinted about the launch of a new online store. Apparently, on Wednesday, a notice appeared on the Education section of the Apple Store announcing the upcoming changes.
"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," said Apple's note.
The company also teased the customers with half-information. "In the coming weeks, you will receive more information about the store's features, benefits, and launch date."
All we know now is that the new store is supposed to make the shopping experience much easier. Apple fans should know that their ID and passwords on Apple Store will continue to work even after the store's overhaul.
Up until now, Apple preferred minor upgrades, done gradually, in the various sections of the online store. The last change was the addition of the "Answers from the Community" section on the products' pages.
source: AppleInsider (opens in new tab)