The tech giant Apple launched its services on Thursday in around 20 new countries, including Morocco.
Thus, Moroccan users of Apple products, including Mac computers, iPhones or iPads will now be able to subscribe to the many services offered by the Cupertino company, including the App Store, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and iCloud.
“We are delighted to offer Apple’s most valued services in more countries than ever before,” Apple Music and International Content vice president Oliver Schusser said in a statement.
“We hope our customers can experience their favorite new apps, games, music and podcasts as we continue to celebrate the best creators, artists and developers in the world.”
The App Store, now available in 175 countries and regions, is an app market of more than half a billion visitors each week, according to the apple brand. “This is the best place for users to discover new applications and allows developers of all sizes to distribute their applications to customers around the world,” the giant added.
In Africa, in addition to Morocco, Apple’s services will also be available in Cameroon, Ivory Coast, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Libya, Rwanda and Zambia.