Black Friday at Apple Stores

It's nice that he enjoys his work (San Diego)

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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!

5th Avenue “Cube” store in New York City

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An artsy shot of people entering the Cube store in NYC, taken from below

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The 5th Avenue store in NYC at around 2:am on Black Friday

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Take a good look: this is the line outside the 5th Avenue Apple Store at 11:pm Thanksgiving night

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Doggie Backpack: spotted in the Soho store in New York

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King of Prussia Mall store, Philadelphia

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“Apple Candy Canes,” aka employees, at the Lincoln Park store in Chicago

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It’s nice that he enjoys his work (San Diego)

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Bustling crowd at the Gilbert, Arizona store

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No idea where this one was taken, but that’s an impressive line

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One thought on “Black Friday at Apple Stores

  1. Yikes! I’m glad that I stayed home too. There are a few Apple items on my holiday shopping list – but I will stop at a less crowded time.

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