This could be easily be mistaken for the launch of the iPhone 5 in China, however its only a small matter of Apple opening a new store in Beijing. The new store is Apple’s largest in China and is situated on Wangfujing Street, the city’s most famous shopping destination.
At the moment Apple views China as an important market, as a result, crowds like these will be the make the Apple bigwigs very happy indeed.
Micgadget had this to say about the new store:
Apple presents us the first public preview of their largest Apple store in Asia. It’s a three-story Apple Store, and includes more than a hundred of Mac Specialists, Mac Geniuses and Creatives. A total of 300 employees will work the store, and best of all, this new store has an entire floor dedicated to service, featuring two 360-degree Genius Bars. And a three-story glass staircase. More photos and info after the break.
Apple’s third Beijing store is a spectacle to behold. It’s the largest Apple store in China, and it’s Apple’s third store to have a three-story glass staircase, plus there’s two astonishing double-row Genius Bar that allows “360-degree access” to Apple staff. Check out the photos below as we explain to you what you can see in this new China Apple store.
In other news Mac Rumors via chinese site has posted more photos of the Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro.
The report stated:
The poster of that thread has now updated the original post with additional photos showing a number of features of the machine, including the battery layout, the ports on the left and right sides of the machine, and a number of other internal features. Unfortunately, the pictures are generally rather small and of low quality, but it seems clear that the poster does indeed have access to an unreleased 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro.