What you need to know
- Apple has unveiled a new Chinese Apple Store that will open on Saturday.
- Apple Changsha will serve customers from across central China.
Apple has taken the wraps off another new Apple Store, this time in central China. Apple Changsha is the first store in Hunan province and will open on Saturday, September 4.
Located in the popular Changsha IFS shopping mall, the new store features a "uniquely designed double-height façade" that is obviously an Apple Store at first glance, even without the large glowing Apple logo. As is to be expected, the new store features all of the features and services you would expect from a newly-opened retail store, including Today at Apple and much more.
Customers looking to sign up for a session can do so on the Apple Store's website now.
Opening at 10 a.m. CST, the new store will require customers and retail teams to wear masks when inside the store. Temperature checks will also be needed before entering the store, while social distancing is in place, too. These measures match those at other Apple Stores across China, Apple noted in its announcement (opens in new tab).
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