Apple brings App Stores to Fiji, PNG, Solomon Islands

Macworld Australia Staff
25 June, 2012
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Apple has expanded its App Store territory to 32 new countries, including Fiji, Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.

In an announcement to developers late last week, Apple said the new countries, hinted by Apple CEO Tim Cook at WWDC, fall within Africa, Europe and Asia-Pacific, and also include Ukraine, Laos, Albania and Zimbabwe.

The iTunes App Store is now available to customers in 155 countries.

Here’s the full list of the new countries:



2 people were compelled to have their say. We encourage you to do the same..

  1. JaH says:

    Ow yea Fiji

  2. tufresh Tokalauvere says:

    apple Store in Fiji.awesome.. now we can buy genuine apple products… now days we wouldn’t be able to tell a difference between a genuine apple and the Chinese made that’s sold around retail stores… it’s scary…

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