This is probably the worst possible scenario for employees as well as Mac users. The largest Mac APR in France, Ebizcuss, after filing for bankruptcy and suing Apple for tis unfair business practices, is now closing doors of its business activities. All assets are going to be sold for partially covering debts.
It seems that Apple won its battle against Ebizcuss, but customers living in cities without any Retail Apple Store will most likely lose support from their local Mac shops. It remains unclear if Apple was aiming to only deal with small APR, easier to deal with and having less power or business weight. Are we going to slowly see the end of the APR with the current development of retail Apple Store in addition to the online version?
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