Apple opened its first retail store in 2001. Since then the number of brick-and-mortar Apple stores has soared to more than 320 worldwide.
Shopping in an Apple Store is a unique retail experience. Customers can spend hands-on time with a product and seek advice from knowledgeable Apple Geniuses. Beyond that, the stores themselves are often inspired examples of modern design.
Among the hundreds of existing Apple stores, there are some very unique locations, and Apple has even won architectural awards for some of them. In 2003, its store in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood won a BusinessWeek/Architectural Record Award. If you’re traveling, there are some cities where the Apple store is definitely worth adding to your sightseeing list. HERE are the top six. (From PCmag.com)
In the city that never sleeps, there’s a store that never stops. Visit the Apple Store, Fifth Avenue, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to see and test-drive the latest Apple products.