Over one-hundred Apple workers at a store in the U.S. state of Maryland have successfully voted to unionize, making them the first such union at the tech giant.
The measure was passed on Saturday in a vote of 65 for and 33 against, alongside a handful of abstentions.
Two other Apple stores, in New York and Atlanta are also in the process of launching their own unions.
In a open letter penned to the company in May, the Apple CORE union, said that it's aim is to improve workers' rights, without causing management conflict.
According to union leaders, employees at over two dozen Apple stores have expressed interest in unionizing as well.