Apple just opened its fourth Retail Store in Hong Kong, a Canton Road one more beautiful, from the street.
Thank you to the thousands of Hong Kong customers who joined the celebration for our new store on Canton Road! pic.twitter.com/VWaWhKA80U
– Tim Cook (@tim_cook) July 30, 2015
Considering China as a whole, this is the 23 Apple store. The country has been a major focus of investments for the company, which is seeing its return soar proportionally there. In the last fiscal quarter, only the iPhone grew 87% in China.
In the three years since the opening of Hong Kong's first Retail Store, Apple has registered more than 30 million visitors per year. By mid-2016, it expects to outperform 40 stores in China.
Check out two more pictures of the store, from the South China Morning Post:
The Apple Store – Canton Road is open every day from 10 am to 10 pm.
(via Cult of Mac)