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اپل در حال گفتگو با توزیع کنندگان آیفون در ایران ، آیا شاهد حضور رسمی اپل در بازار ایران خواهیم بود ؟

با توجه به گزارش منتشر شده از سوی وال استریت ژورنال , به نظر می رسد اپل قصد دارد به زودی رسما وارد بازار ایران برای عرضه محصولات خود گردد . در ادامه با توضیحات بیشتر همراه گجت نیوز باشید .

اپل در حال گفتگو با دفتر امور خارجه وزارت خزانه‌داری آمریکا و همچنین برخی توزیع‌کنندگان ایرانی است تا با وجود تحریم‌ها راهی برای فعالیت رسمی و قانونی در کشور ایران پیدا نمایند.

بر همین اساس چندی از مدیران بلند پایه اپل در لندن جلسه ای را برپا داشته اند که ورود رسمی به بازار ایران موضوع ان بوده است . اما این نکته نیز گفتنی است که بدلیل وجود تحریم های شدید ایران , احتمال ندارد که اپل , اپل استوری از خود در ایران بازگشایی کند و در صورت تایید این خبر این احتمال می رود که رسما خود اپل امتیازات رسمی به فروشندگانی از ایران بدهد و بر ان ها نظارت مستقیم نیز داشته باشد .

منبع : appleinsider

Apple in early talks to sell iPhone in Iran, report says

Apple in early talks to sell iPhone in Iran, report says

Almost one year after the U.S. began to loosen sanctions on exports to Iran, Apple is reportedly in early stage talks with distributors to start official sales of its products in the country.
Apple iPhone 6 advertised on unauthorized Iranian reseller Hesam. | Source: Hesam.ir
According to people familiar with the matter, senior Apple executives are courting prospective Iranian distributors at the company’s headquarters in London, paving the way for an official reseller network in the Middle East country, reports The Wall Street Journal.

Apple’s entry into Iran is contingent on future diplomatic relations, but the company is making preparations in case sanctions lift, sources said. The report notes other Western businesses are doing the same, but many of those interested in getting in early are based out of Europe, not America.

As for Apple, sources expected the company to rely on so-called “premium resellers” in its Iranian operations, not flagship Apple Stores. The business model would take after franchise-style outlets that deal only in Apple products, a strategy used in certain areas of Europe and Asia.

A move into Iran would not be unprecedented, at least in the smartphone sector, as a number of big-name Asian corporations are already selling their wares and have become well entrenched in the region.

In August of 2013, Apple announced it would begin selling products to customers who planned to take the devices into Iran. At the time, the U.S. government had just lifted an export ban imposed as a result of economic sanctions targeting Iran’s nuclear program. The Obama administration reportedly eased restrictions of high-tech electronics as they could help citizen protestors disrupt the Iranian regime.

Like many countries, Iran has an appetite for Apple devices. A report in 2013 noted business was booming for banned Apple products, with devices being funneled in through underground trade routes for massive profits.

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  1. اپل در برابر صحت اين پيام وال استريت ژورنال اينگونه پاسخ داد (به من)

    Apple is in talks with Iranian distributors that could see the iPhone being sold in the country should Western sanctions lift sufficiently, reports The Wall Street Journal. Senior Apple executives have reportedly met with Iranian distributors at its London headquarters to speak about potentially having Iranian retailers distribute Apple products as premium resellers.

    In the conversations, the Cupertino, Calif., company explored the possibility of having Iranian partners sell Apple products at so-called premium resellers, three of the people said. Instead of company-operated Apple stores, such outlets would be midsize franchisees that sell Apple products only, —a model the company has used in Europe and Asia, the people said.

    The contacts have involved over a dozen Apple employees, including technical and marketing professionals, the people said.
    The United States has imposed sanctions that prevent companies from doing business with Iran, but in May, sanctions that prevented the sales of consumer communications equipment and software such as smartphones and laptops were lifted. The sanctions were removed in an effort to give Iranians a way to communicate on social media and through other channels to overcome communications restrictions enacted by Iranian authorities. This change potentially opens the door for sales of the iPhone and other Apple products in the country.

    Apple is said to have consulted the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Frozen Assets Control to ascertain how it could start operations in Iran and establish a relationship with Iran-based customers.

    As noted by The Wall Street Journal, Iran may be seen as an attractive market to Apple as the country has a population of 77 million with 42 percent of people under the age of 25, along with a large middle class. There are obstacles that could make it difficult for Apple to sell iPhones in the country, however, including banking restrictions, locating mobile-service providers, and more.

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