“Just a few weeks after opening its first retail store in Brooklyn, Apple debuted its ninth store in New York City on Tuesday, with the new World Trade Center location opening its doors ahead of the anticipated launch of the ‘iPhone 7,'” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.

“As spotted by AppleInsider reader Ryan, Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts was on-hand for the grand opening celebration. The two-story retail location features an entrance on the first floor of the new World Trade Center mall,” Hughes reports. “Ahrendts was on the store floor when it opened, but her presence was quickly noticed by the first customers. After posing for a few photos with fans and employees, she exited via the store’s elevator.”

“The Apple Store at World Trade Center is located within the $4 billion Oculus structure that resides in the shadow of One World Trade Center,” Hughes reports. “The new retail mall also serves as a connection between the underground station for New York City subways and the PATH trains that arrive from New Jersey.”



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MacDailyNews Take: Big time foot traffic is in store for this one. Apple Store, Money Machine!

World Trade Center (WTC) Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) Transportation Hub by architect Santiago Calatrava

World Trade Center (WTC) Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) Transportation Hub by architect Santiago Calatrava

SEE ALSO:
Apple Store in Manhattan’s World Trade Center Oculus to celebrate grand opening on Tuesday August 16th – August 11, 2016
Apple Retail Store to open in NYC World Trade Center mega mall – May 6, 2014
Apple may open retail store in NYC at newly-rebuilt World Trade Center – September 14, 2013