At least in the area of retail, Apple doesn't stop: A week after reopening the most iconic of its stores, Ma has already set a date for opening a new flagship, has incorporated several new features into existing stores and still reopen several spaces under renovation. Let's check the news!
After much speculation, the second Apple Store (and first flagship) at the Mexico won an opening date: September 27th, better known as Friday now, at 5 pm local time.
Located in the Polanco district in Mexico City, a Apple Antara It is close to several museums and cultural points of interest of the Mexican capital; Moreover, even connected to the Antara Fashion Hall mall, the store has its main face facing outwards, with a beautiful square complementing the atmosphere.
The store follows all the standards of flagships recent, with its wooden ceiling and stone walls; The main entrance has sliding glass doors that fill the entire (huge) ceiling height of over 7 meters. Inside, we have the traditional setting with indoor plants, wood furniture and the canvas of the Today at Apple.
Meanwhile, the store at The Mall in Columbia (in the city of Columbia, Maryland) reopen in 28th nextat 10am local time.
The store moved into a much larger space within the mall, with a twice longer façade and higher ceilings. There are no photos or information about the interior of the store yet, but we will of course be connected.
Apple Old Orchard
Another reopening near the Apple Old Orchardat the Westfield Old Orchard Mall (in Skokie, Illinois). The store has also moved to another, much larger space within the mall, and now has an opening to the outside of the building.
As in many other recent stores, we will have a flat wooden ceiling and stone walls, which can already be seen even with the siding preventing the view from inside the space. The store will be reopened also in 28th nextat 10am local time.
In addition, several other stores around the world have reopened over the past week, taking advantage of the release of the new iPhones and Apple Watch Series 5. Let's look at the highlights:
Apple Highland Village
Located in Houston, Texas, the store was reopened on the 20th and gained a much more airy feel, with the arched glass ceiling and pavement structure with internal vegetation.
The city store of Bridgewater (New Jersey) It also underwent a beautiful remodeling, now featuring huge glass panes and a much brighter interior.
Apple Mall of America
THE Apple Mall of America, located in the giant homonymous shopping mall in Bloomington (Minnesota), it looked like Apple Bridgewater. We have here a glass front wall with its own vertex so that bystanders can get a better look inside the store.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the Apple Omotesando (in Tokyo, Japan) finally reopened after a long renovation. Externally the store hasn't changed much, but its interior has been completely rearranged and resurfaced with Ma's new retail experiences (including, of course, the fabric of Today at Apple).
Apple Parc Central
Finally, the store in Guangzhou (China) Also had its renovation completed here, the renovation took place in parts, first on the ground floor and then on the mezzanine, already reopened. A telo for the Today at Apple It was installed upstairs, and the store had its furniture completely renovated.
Finally, taking advantage of the recent news, Apple has also introduced new decoration and ambience elements into its stores, some of them exclusive to certain spaces, others present in multiple Apple Stores around the world.
To celebrate the arrival of iPhones 11 and 11 Pro, for example, several stores started showing in their huge windows illuminated signs highlighting the new gadgets. The ?11? inclusive, multicolored and highlights the colors of smartphones.
Nas Avenues, the gondolas attached to the store walls, we have several new decorations specific to the AirPods, Apple Music, Apple Watch and Apple Arcade, for example.
Talking about Avenues, a Apple Fifth Avenue received an exclusive from her, related to the Airpods. On the back panel is a score formed with the wireless headphones, and if you look at the notes shown, you will see that Ma is making a melody reference to the iconic commercial Think Different. Very cool, isn't it?
Finally, in Apple Park Visitor Center (which is also an Apple Store), we have an exclusive panel highlighting the bracelets for the Apple Watch Series 5. Another space shows the new Apple Watch Herms in space black, with the inscription ?Designed by Apple in California & Herms in Paris?.