Earlier this month, Apple opened a new store in Tokyo's Shinjuku district. The retail location brings with it Apple's newest store design, including a massive video panel display, which is central to the floorpan. As previewed in the Cupertino company's own announcement, the neon design imagery was prominent in storefront pictures. Drawing inspiration from those neon designs, we have a collection of wallpapers for your iPhone, iPad, and desktop devices.
Apple on Friday announced (via iGen.fr) grand opening for Apple Watch stores-within-a-store located in high-end department stores in London, Paris and Tokyo. The company's UK Retail website confirms that the Selfridges Apple Watch shop will open doors to business on Friday, April 10, at 9am local time.
Located on London's 400 Oxford Street, the Selfridges shop is just across the popular Wonder Room shopping hall where a bunch of watch brands and jewelers operate their luxury shops. Apple previously said pre-orders for the wearable device will kick off on April 10.
Apple's first pop-up store dedicated to just the Apple Watch has begun construction in a luxury Tokyo department store, ahead of its April launch.
The pop-up store is nestled between other popular luxury brands, including Tiffany's, Mauboussin and Chaumet, as first reported by the rather reliable Japanese blog Macotakara.
Last night, Apple posted a video to its official YouTube channel showing off its newest retail store in Japan. The store is located in Omotesando, Tokyo, and it includes a brushed aluminum staircase and other unique architectural features.
Photos of the outside of the store surfaced in May, showing what appeared to be a power-saving green curtain of foliage draped down one wall. But this new video from Apple takes you on a brief virtual tour of the entire multi-floor building...
In addition to the upcoming iPhone keynote next Tuesday, Apple in a surprise announcement confirmed it will be holding a standalone press conference the following day, September 11, in Beijing, China. The development prompted speculation that the Beijing event could serve as a launchpad for a landmark deal with China Mobile.
Be that as it may, it's been reported earlier today that Apple will livestream the Cupertino event via satellite in other big cities around the world, including Japan's Tokyo and Germany's Berlin...