Recently, Apple was particularly keen on opening new stores and decorating old stores. Yesterday they announced that two App Store, in Wangfujing in Beijing and the Covent garden in London, will be closed this month to update the storefront, and some of the stores in Nanjing, Hongkong and Chongqing have already begun to be decorated. Today, another netizen discovered in Macao that apple is building second local Apple Store, which has a sense of enclosure design.
Beijing's Wangfujing Apple Store opened on December 20, 2012, and within a week of its opening, it had caught up with Apple's Apple Store at Palo Alto, a 20-year old store. Apple said the Wangfujing store will start upgrading on June 24. Interestingly, Palo Alto was also upgraded in May 2018.
As for the British Covent garden Apple Store, it will start to upgrade in June 27th. The 2010 open Apple Store is the 300th Apple store, also known as "the world's largest Apple Store", and the shape of the brick wall, the exposed pipes and wood floors, and other glass curtain walls. Quite different.
In addition to two classic stores in Beijing and London, the Airsun world of Nanjing, the Monument for Liberation of Chongqing and Tongluowan, Hongkong, have already entered the state of decoration a long time ago, but the apple remains open. As for the United States, Beverly storefront, Orlando Park and other storefronts also carried out relocation and renovation work respectively.
The old store was redecorating, and the new store did not relax. Today, some netizens found that Apple Store in the Macao Jinsha city center resort may be opening. The ink green water ripples are similar in the style of the chrome - style apple Logo and Macao, and tagged the slogan "Tao Tao inspired". Some people guess it might be possible. It will open in early July.
According to foreign media 9to5mac, apple actually plans to transform all the existing retail stores, not just those that are too small or too old. For stores that are already big and new, Apple will also upgrade some TV walls and display cabinets.