Everyone knows what Apple Stores look like: gleaming monoliths of glass and stainless steel. But what about the employees-only areas? We’ve collected some rare photos of the parts of Apple Stores that the public never gets to see.
The 5th Avenue “cube.” The cylindrical glass tower in Shanghai. The subterranean store at the Louvre. Apple’s iconic stores are like no other retail spaces in the world, and they were all designed by the same architect.
What do you do if you’re Apple and you want to sell your products in an area that won’t sustain a full-fledged Apple Store of its own? You embed a miniature version of your store in a popular department store chain.
Over the weekend, something kinda big happened, and it wasn’t Judgment Day. Apple launched a new “2.0” version of its retail stores worldwide. Turns out, that hullabaloo about something big happening on Sunday for the Apple Store 10th anniversary wasn’t so much an in-store celebration as an in-store transformation.
Following the iPad 2’s release, many first generation owners have decided to upgrade. While selling your old model is an option, donating it for educational purposes is your chance to do something good. Apple has announced a trade-in program that allows previous iPad owners to donate their last generation tablet to a teacher in a […]