Apple too is part of the Black Friday shopping bonanza, but the company is known for offering minor discounts. Still, every year there are some interesting offers worth checking out. And this time you will be able to check them out earlier than usual.
AppleInsider reports that many brick-and-mortar Apple Stores will open at 8 a.m. and will again offer the same discounts and deals to online customers. This is earlier than normal operating hours, but is actually two hours later than last year's start to the holiday shopping season.
The reason why Apple has decided not to open its retail sores earlier is because it didn't sell as much as it was expecting last year. Some Apple stores across the US said they are going to open at 9AM and some even at 10 AM, so we can clearly see that Apple doesn't have a strict rule about this.
Apple is expected to post a complete list of holiday hours on its retail website in the coming weeks, so we'll keep you updated on this with new information. In 2013, Apple offered hardware discounts to customers in European markets like the UK, France and Germany, but opted for gift cards in the U.S. and Australia.