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Apple plans to sell more of its products on Amazon

11 November 2018

For example, current Apple product sellers on Amazon will have their listings removed, and they'll be forced to apply to be one of the company's previously-mentioned authorized resellers.

As part of the new partnership, Amazon will sell Apple's new iPhone devices like the new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xr, as well as the new iPad Pro and Apple Watch Series 4.

Aside from Amazon, only Apple certified resellers will be able to sell the tech giant's products on the platform. Does making it available on Amazon make it easier to get your shopping done? Those products are now unavailable on the site. Much of the Apple offerings on the marketplace came from third-party sellers. Amazon now carries the Apple TV, but only after it became compatible with Amazon's Prime Video. Select devices, like the HomePod won't be available on Amazon, because it directly competes with Amazon's Echo lineup.

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This could wind up being a big win for Apple, since using Amazon as an official channel for sales puts its devices in front of a ton of people. Its own foray into smartphones and tablets hasn't been almost as successful.

Amazon said on Friday it would begin selling the most-recent iPhone, iPad, Mac computer, Apple Watch and Apple TV models on its website, along with branded accessories and headphones from Apple's Beats subsidiary. "We look forward to expanding our assortment of Apple and Beats products globally". What's more, the new agreement will make Apple products on Amazon available across a number of different countries, including the United States, the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, and India. Any warehoused Apple inventory associated with non-Apple authorized sellers past January 4 must be returned - Apple doesnt play around.

Apple plans to sell more of its products on Amazon