Apple Inc’s App Store to become officially available in Maldives

The Cupertino based tech conglomerate Apple Inc is set out to officially introduce their App Store services in the Maldives.

The island nation is among the list of 20 countries where the tech giant will reportedly introduce their App Store services before the end of 2020.

However, Apple Inc has yet to disclose on the official date of service availability to Maldivian region.

Meanwhile, the Cupertino based tech giant has requested all of its developers to commence updating regional availability on services and applications. Moreover, it was reported Apple was moving with preliminary steps prior to the launch of App Store services in Maldives.

Introduced in 2008, a year later Apple Inc made history with the unveiling of their flagship iPhone at the hands of its founder and former frontman Steve Jobs, the App Store has gone on to add more than 2.5 million applications into it and has been made available in 155 different countries.

As of now, customers using Apple handsets; iPhones, are required to set their regions elsewhere or apply for trusted third parties for gift cards to make purchases from the store.