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Apple plans to let you buy in the Apple Store and have things shipped to you.

The company will allow you to choose this option while paying using its in-store EasyPay system, starting in August, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in today’s Power On newsletter. He cited a memo sent to Apple retail employees:

We want all our customers to leave the store with exactly what they came for. And this will be easier with EasyPay Online Ordering, launching in early August. With a single bag transaction, you’ll have the option of different fulfillment methods, like shipping or personalizing a product. 

Gurman believes this will let Apple keep less stock in stores, and also points out that it makes sense for the Vision Pro headset, which will have accessory options that, if they’re out of stock, would otherwise lose the company a big sale.