What you need to know
- Apple will open a new store in Via del Corso, Rome.
- The store will be the first to open in the center of the city.
Apple's first central Rome store, Apple Via del Corso, looks set to open soon after photos of external features show Apple is teasing its arrival.
The store, according to local reports, currently has multiple Apple logos on its windows. Each is carved from marble – a stone that is woven into Italy's history.
Via Google Translage:
There's no indication of exactly when we can expect Apple Via del Corso to open, but it's clear Apple is pushing ahead with its schedule to add another retail location to its growing Italian presence.
The new store is set to just miss the arrival of the new M1 iMac but it's likely to be a stunning place to check out those new colors once it does open its doors for the first time.
While the Apple Store isn't always the best place to find the best iMac deal, there's no doubting its convenience, especially when seeking support.
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