What you need to know
- Apple The Grove will open in Los Angeles on November 19.
- Apple says its new store is twice the size of the one that it replaces.
The new store is actually an old one that's moving location and Apple says that its new digs are twice the size of the old spot, giving it more room to breathe.
The store was spotted a month ago when Bloomberg's Mark Gurman tweeted images of its exterior.
New large Apple Store coming to the Grove in LA (not yet announced). Current store is 19 years old and very much feels like it https://t.co/NnrSK8jiit pic.twitter.com/4YJScRiqHXNew large Apple Store coming to the Grove in LA (not yet announced). Current store is 19 years old and very much feels like it https://t.co/NnrSK8jiit pic.twitter.com/4YJScRiqHX— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) October 3, 2021October 3, 2021
The new store is likely to be a great spot to pick up a hot new iPhone 13, assuming stocks are plentiful of course. Apple is expected to be able to better deal with demand as we work our way through the remainder of 2021, although that all very much depends on so many variables it's difficult to know for sure.
With Apple's best iPhone struggling to keep up with demand, you have to imagine a new Apple Store will be one of the best places to try your luck on opening day, right?
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