Apple is redesigning its on-line store forward of the iPhone occasion in September

Apple today made a slight redesign of its website and made some changes to it. Apple has added its own “Store” section to the famous and well-known navigation bar and added a brand new page to help you find new products. Apple also recently added a few new perks and offers for Apple Card holders.

In the past – and you can still go that route – you had to select each device category in the navigation bar to get to specific products. For example, if you select the “Mac” category, you will see an additional tab under the navigation bar where you can select the product you want.

The new store works very similarly, you still have to select product categories and only then will the individual products be displayed. However, the Apple Store now offers a more seamless and streamlined experience for getting to and finding new products, browsing official accessories and third-party accessories, finding support for a specific device, and setting up instructions and other shopping guides.

The new design and layout are certainly not without problems. There are some bugs here and there with the navigation and responsive layout. That is to be expected as it is a brand new design so it will require some fixes that will likely be done in the coming days and weeks.

If you don’t like the new store, you can stay on the navigation bar and use the website as before. However, if you want to try again all you have to do is hit the ‘Store’ button to apply. This could soon replace the familiar navigation bar layout at the top of the page, but we’ll find out later.

The new store design went live just a month before the announcement of the new iPhone 13, which is expected to happen in September. Apple will launch four new devices, the flagship devices iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max.

Roland Udvarlaki

Roland is a technology enthusiast and software engineer based in the UK. He is also a content creator and author and is best known by the name “Techusiast”.

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