Check out Apple's new flagship Apple Store in San Francisco
Apple's brand-spankin'-new retail store is set to open its giant glass sliding doors on Saturday, but iMore got a sneak-peek ahead of the big day.
The store features public Wi-Fi, a so-called "green wall" (a 50-foot wall of greenery), and a 6K video wall.
Angela Ahrendts, Apple's SVP of Retail and Online Stores, says the upgrade is about a whole lot more than looks:
And Apple Chief Design Officer Jonathan Ive pointed to the store's architecture as an example of Apple's focus on creating a welcoming environment:
To get an up-close-and-personal look at the store, check out our video:
Our first shots of Apple's brand-new flagship retail store:
Curious what it was like walking into the store? We got some video of the action. Plants and artwork and clapping, oh my!
So, what do you think of Apple's new store? Are you excited for some of the new features to make their way to your nearest store? Let us know in the comments below or on all the social things!
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Mikah Sargent is Senior Editor at Mobile Nations. When he's not bothering his chihuahuas, Mikah spends entirely too much time and money on HomeKit products. You can follow him on Twitter at @mikahsargent if you're so inclined.
At least the tables aren't grayscale. I appreciate that the Apple logo is still on the store.
Seriously, It looked like a bunch of parents at kindergarten back-to-school night.
(Did Jim Dalrymple actually fit on one of those?)
I think Apple doesn't want to make it so comfortable that people camp out on their wifi all day.