Apple’s Rosin press conference took place on Monday, where the company’s cider press was featured prominently, and the company revealed its plans for cider press expansion in other markets.
Rosin will now be expanding its cider press to five locations in the U.K., Canada, India, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.
The press will also be able to operate in the United States, as Apple has been expanding its production in the area.
The company says it plans to expand its cider production capacity, and has started to build out a cider distribution network that will include a “very big” number of cider production locations around the world.
Apple’s cider is made from 100% apples, and while the company says its cider is “non-alcoholic” its products are currently labeled as “alcoholic,” so if you have any doubts about Apple’s alcohol content, the cider can be tested for it by the company.
The company also plans to launch a “vibrant cider” range for consumers in the coming months.
The cider press will be able create “cider cocktails” that are flavored with various ingredients, and Apple says it has been testing its cider cocktails to help customers make the drinks they want.
It’s not clear whether Apple plans to make cider cocktails on a regular basis, or just at the press event.
Apple did not offer details about the price of the cider cocktails.
Apple’s cider will be produced in the UK, and is expected to be launched at a press event in March.
Apple has also said it is exploring the possibility of opening its cider distribution base in India.
Apple is planning to launch cider in India, South Korea, Australia and other countries by the end of the year.
Apple plans on launching cider in New Zealand in 2019.
Apple will also expand its range of apple cider in South Africa in 2018, and plans to roll out cider in Australia in 2019 as well.