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First Apple Store in Belgium could open in time for new iPhone launch

Apple's retail store locations are expected to expand to the country of Belgium for the first time. A new report claims that an Apple Store is currently under construction in the city of Brussels, and it might open on September 19, which is around the time Apple is expected to begin selling the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus smartphones.

The Belgium-language website Apple Nieuws Vlaanderen reports, based on documents that it obtained, that the store will be located on the Gulden-Vlieslaan thoroughfare in Brussels. There is a location on that street that currently has a black construction facade but with no Apple markings.

If the September 19 date is correct, and if the store open with the new iPhone 6s, it will be the first time Belgium will be a launch country for the iPhone.

Source: Apple Nieuws Vlaanderen; Via: AppleInsider

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7 Comments
  • Ok, now bring me a Stella!!
  • Belgium is not a language Posted via the iMore App for Android
  • That language would be "Dutch"
  • Actually flemish, french or german. Posted via the iMore App for Android
  • "The Belgium-language" would be Dutch ... or actually Flemish. (on that specific website that is. Otherwise there is also French and German depending on where you happen to be in Belgium)
    On another note, finally an apple store close by :-)... was just thinking about a new phone :P.
  • Surprised Belgium didn't even have an official Apple Store till now.
  • Agreed, with other European countries having multiple locations. Some with over twenty. It is just I little surprising. Sent from the iMore App