Apple’s plans to expand its vacation destination offering have been the subject of speculation for some time, but now we’re starting to get some concrete details.
The Cupertino-based company has launched three new travel destinations that it says will be “the most popular Apple vacation destinations in the world.”
Apple’s plans for its vacation destinations are based on a number of factors, including how much it’s charging for airfare and hotel stays, as well as the size of its guests.
Apple recently announced it was adding the third-largest resort in the U.S., Las Vegas, to its vacation offerings, while also launching two new hotels in France.
Apple also recently announced plans to launch two new locations for AppleCare in the Middle East, which it describes as “a world-class health and wellness destination for all ages, cultures and backgrounds.”
Apple also revealed plans to add its first two AppleCare+ destinations in Italy and Turkey, with a third in the works.
The company plans to open two additional AppleCare destinations in Brazil in 2017 and 2018.
The most notable changes Apple has made to its holiday vacation destinations is the addition of two new AppleCare resorts in Italy, which is slated to be the largest resort in Europe.
Apple is also planning to open a third AppleCare resort in Turkey, which will have a similar size as its existing AppleCare location in Paris, but with more luxury accommodations and amenities.
Apple has also added two new destinations to its AppleCare programs in Spain, which were originally supposed to be its third and fourth destinations.
Apple is also expanding its AppleCoupon loyalty program.
The loyalty program will offer up to 10% off of all purchases at participating Apple stores starting January 1, 2018.
Apple will also begin offering the discount to all iPhone users in the United States starting January 31, 2018, with other countries getting their discounts later in the year.
Apple’s new AppleCOUPON program will be available in more than 150 countries worldwide, including Germany, Italy, France, Spain, and the U.,A number of other countries are also participating in the program, including Australia, Belgium, Germany, France and the United Kingdom.
AppleCare is one of Apple’s primary vacation perks, but Apple also has plans to make some other vacation perks more attractive.
The AppleCarePlus program, for example, will be free for everyone, but the company is reportedly considering a limited-time offer to those who sign up in-store at participating stores.
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