How to Become an Apple Retailer

Updated July 19, 2017

As an Authorized Apple Retailer you will find yourself among the finest retailers. Apple is very selective and asks all prospective retailers to go through a thorough application process and submit information and photos of your existing business. If you are approved, you will be able to sell and service Macintosh hardware and software.

Take photographs of your business location, inside and out, that are flattering and show a clean and professional environment.

Scan in the business documentation Apple requires.

Fill out and submit the online application found at:

Apple will let you know if you have been approved or denied.


Apple reserves the right to deny any application without comment.

Things You'll Need

  • Digital copy of your business license
  • Digital copy of your general liability insurance certificate
  • Digital copy of your tax exemption certificate (if applicable)
  • Digital photos of each sales location (interior and exterior)
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About the Author

Deanna Koch has worked as an IT professional since 1995. She attended Drake University with a major in computer science. Koch started writing professionally in 2000 when she began writing application user manuals and guides. Her user manuals were distributed in the marketing department of Target Corporation, and her many how-to guides are available for download on Drake University's website as well as eHow.