What you need to know
- Apple's Cherry Creek store in Denver is getting a big redesign.
- The new store will open Monday, February 22 at 11 am.
Apple is closing its Cherry Creek Store in Denver, Colorado on Sunday before the store re-opens on February 22.
As reported by 9to5Mac:
Still under COVID-19 restrictions, the store will remain open for shopping through reservation only. From Apple:
As the report notes, the store is being expanded and redesigned from top-to-bottom and moving to a different part of the Cherry Creek Shopping Center.
Elsewhere, Apple is hoping to open a new store in Seoul, South Korea, before the month is out. From yesterday:
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