That blog “People of Walmart” never fails to entertain. So it got me wondering about the “People of Apple Stores.” Are they just as entertaining? Judge for yourself. (Mildly NSFW.)
Thanks to users of the ever-popular Instagram, here’s a quick look at what Black Friday looks like at Apple Stores across the U.S. Personally, I’m glad I decided to stay home!
LEGO fans have a long history with Apple making accessories for their devices and other homages for ages. Check out these 10 amazingly detailed recreations of famous Apple Stores made entirely out of LEGO.
David Wu, an Apple fan working out of a 2m-by-2m office in Hong Kong, has taken his love of Apple to a new extreme. He’s turned his office into an Apple Store.
NorthPark Center in Dallas Texas is home to what was once “the most corrupt Apple Store in America,” according to a scathing exposé by Gizmodo and confirmed by The Dallas Morning News. Could it be true?
Everyone knows what Apple Stores look like: gleaming monoliths of glass and stainless steel. But what about the employees-only areas? We’ve collected some rare photos of the parts of Apple Stores that the public never gets to see.
The 5th Avenue “cube.” The cylindrical glass tower in Shanghai. The subterranean store at the Louvre. Apple’s iconic stores are like no other retail spaces in the world, and they were all designed by the same architect.
The wait is almost over. The third-generation iPad is upon us. Apple’s online store has sold out for those hoping to get theirs on release day — March 16th. But you can still get an iPad 3 if you know where to look…
The majority of Apple Stores are boxy, stainless steel buildings or storefronts. But the biggest and most dazzling of Apple’s 300 retail locations are true architectural wonders.
If you weren’t one of the lucky few who were able to connect to Apple’s online store last Wednesday and order your iPad 3, you may not be able to get one for a while. Demand for the new iPad is so high, delivery dates in some places have been delayed by weeks.