The American multinational Apple, which produces and markets electronic products, computers and software, should set up in Gabon in the coming days. According to the information site Ecomatin.net, this telecommunications giant is engaged in a program to set up approved service centers in several Central African countries.
Apple should settle in a few weeks in Gabon after Cameroon, where it opened on August 12 centers called “Icenter“. It is a question of providing appropriate and appropriate services to Gabonese users.
To settle in a country, this American company regularly imposes drastic conditions such as training, certifications, as well as a critical volume of 200 repairs per quarter carried out by approved centers. “For more than 36 months at Apple, the deployment of a world-class experience center has been carefully planned, to allow consumers to enter the Apple ecosystem.“Explains the firm in the press release consulted by our colleagues.
Through this approach, the firm gives users of Apple brand products, consisting of iMac, iPod, iPad computers, the opportunity to benefit from services that provide solutions to the maintenance problems they encounter. . iCenters will allow access to genuine parts, tools, training, service guides, diagnostics and Apple resources to perform all possible interventions.
Apple will thus introduce for the first time in Central Africa, “the premium extended warranty, which is an 18-month Apple warranty service on all products and also a 6-month warranty on phone screens“. In addition to installation, the brand will be responsible for carrying out regular audits and inspections of approved service centers to ensure strict compliance with standards. Apple will also settle in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).