Last week the world’s largest Apple Store opened in New York. We took a little visual walk through the impregnating interior, and went over some of the figures and small details of the store. Now with more desire to see the new stores in Barcelona and Madrid!
Last week the world’s largest Apple Store opened, the 2000+ square meter Apple Store located in Grand Central Station in New York. The truth is that the images we have seen are impressive. But one of the things that has most captivated me is how the store is integrated into the station, without clashes, without doors, only three small blocks, without ostentation, and many tables and a lot of staff (315 to be specific).
The inaugural T-shirt they gave to the first 4000, simulating the old panels announcing the arrival and departure of the trains, is curious. The shop is also open from Monday to Sunday , but not 24 hours. It has a couple of Genius bars, with Express workshops, and with the new service of Personal Pickup in which you can order a product through the app and in 12 minutes you have it ready to pick up.
Remember that recently opened the first significant store in Spain , the one in Valencia, and we hope to see soon the one in passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona and the one in Sol in Madrid, and the ones to come. Be sure to check out the gallery!