Saturday 15 October 2016

Apple to re-open its Regent Street store

Apple Regent Street

Apple is due to re-open its Regent Street store today.

Apple are on a mission to make shopping a more enjoyable and interactive experience.

The US tech giant recently unveiled its stunning new flagship store in San Francisco and now a similar concept is arriving in London.

Apple's famous Regent Street Store has been closed for months while the firm has been busy transforming it and now it's finally ready to open its giant glass doors to the British public.

From the minute you walk in from the bustling streets of London you're instantly met with a sense of calm.

The entrance now features the double height grand hall which is over seven meters high and the huge windows flood the store with natural light.

These vast ceilings have allowed Apple to placed twelve huge Ficus Ali trees in the store, which makes you feel like you're shopping in the great outdoors.

The pots they've been planted in also act as extra seating so you can play with your latest gadget in the shade of their leaves.

Another new addition to the Apple Store is a giant TV which has an area in front of it for what Apple is calling “The Forum”.

This space, which can seat 75 people, will be used for daily free workshops from artists, photographers, musicians, gamers, developers and entrepreneurs.

Customers will be able to book join these activities via Apple's website.

Of course, one of the main reasons for heading to the Apple Store is to check out their latest tech toys and every gadget from iPhones to Macbooks are available to test and try.

And Apple's Genius Bar is still available for anyone struggling to get to grips with their latest gadget.

New twin staircases, which feature sandblasted and honed Castagna stone handrails hand carved into the stone walls, take customers to the Genius Bar where help is on hand for anyone struggling to get to grips with their latest gadget.



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