Report: Apple Store Rome to open in March

No, not Rome, New York.* The real Rome!

The first Apple Retail Store in continental Europe will open it’s doors a month later than the scheduled opening of the Roma-Est shopping center where it’s hosted, Macity reports.

Macity reports that work on major road construction leading to the shopping center is running late and won’t be ready the second half of March. Currently, there’s no way for the expected traffic to reach the shopping center from the highway that connects Roma-Est to Roma.”

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fabrizio” for the heads up.]

*You Rome, New Yorkers need to head west to Syracuse (45 mins.) or east to Albany (1 hour 45 mins.)


  1. Great news. Now we are waiting for Paris, Madrid, Milan, Marseille, Bordeaux, Berlin, Bonn, Vienna. It is about time for Apple to open stores in Europe. With the presence there the market share for Apple will explode in Europe and will accelerate the process of replacing MS as a dominant OS.

  2. More people in Europe than US, high computer ownership and internet use in Europe….and not one Apple store on continental Europe.
    Shame, shame, shame.

    And Germany with its 89 million people, high income…there are no,none, zilch, zero,keine,null Apple stores.

    Apple marketing in Europe has been and continues to be a joke.

  3. I want to hear about an Apple Store in Ottawa
    (pssst not Ottawa, Kansas or Ottawa, Illinois or Ottawa, Ohio, or Ottawa, WV or Ottawa, South Africa)
    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada!

    Toronto has 3 (Yorkdale, Eaton Center and Sherway Gardens) and Montreal has a store in Laval.

    Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver all deserver stores too.

    Magic Word thus….

    Thus spoke Zarathrusta

  4. Whether or not Doctor X is a loser is beside the point. 9 out of 10 people in this county (yes, I’m an American born in Hutchinson, Kansas) cannot differentiate between “it’s” and “its.” THAT is a fact, so relax, DXD! No offense was meant.

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