Apple's company store inside its main Cupertino, California headquarters campus will reportedly reopen on Saturday, September 19. The store has been closed for a series of renovations that began earlier this summer.

Unlike Apple's many retail stores worldwide, the Cupertino company store doesn't sell its iOS or Mac electronic products. Instead, it sells items like t-shirts with the famous Apple logo. According to AppleInsider:

Although it shuttered for renovation work in June, the store is normally open to both the public and Apple workers, an attraction for tourists visiting the Cupertino campus. Apple hasn't publicly discussed what changes it's making to the location. The company may be bringing the shop's look in line with other Apple Stores.

If the company store does start selling Apple's electronic devices on Sept. 19, it will likely include the upcoming iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus when they officially go on sale on September 25.

Source: AppleInsider