As we all know that Apple is planning to celebrate it's 10th anniversary of the opening of its first retail store, we have come to know that with many other things expected, an update to the Apple Store app will be uncovered, allowing users to make built-to-order purchases of Macs.
As it is yet to be confirmed that what Apple has actually planned for this weekend of the opening of it's first retail store, MacRumours has got some info on this. According to them, the revamped app will be rolled out on Sunday and it will offer functionality for building Macs to order, in the same way that you already can on the company’s website. This is what MacRumours said on its website
“Customers are said to be able to customize the full range of processor, memory, hard drive, and other hardware options available for each model, as well as preinstalled software titles,” MacRumors said on its website. “In addition, customers will be able to select add-ons such as AppleCare and printers just as is currently possible through the full online Apple store portals.”Everyone is eager to know that what is going to happen in Apple stores around the world. But let me tell you, the wait is almost over.