Apple continues to expand its retail presence in more countries across the globe. The company is now looking at Mexico and Singapore for further expanding its retail business. Apple CEO Tim Cook did reveal early this year that the company was looking to open up a shop in the country, it’s believed to be constructing one on the upper level of Centro Santa Fe, which happens to be the biggest shopping mall in Latin America.


The Apple Store in Santa Fe is reportedly going to have space for a Genius Bar, custom wooden cabinets for accessories, the iconic wooden tables for product displays as well as plenty of floor space for people to roam freely inside the store.

It’s unclear at this point in time when the Mexico store is going to be opened but it’s expected that some sort of an announcement will be made regarding this new retail space over the next few months.

Apple confirmed in November last year that it would be opening up a store in Singapore come 2016. Construction on this retail space in underway as well and it’s unclear right now when it’s going to open its doors to the public. It’s reported that the store may start welcoming visitors by November this year.

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