Long lines form as Apple’s newest Retail Store opens in Las Vegas (with photo)

Apple today opened their newest Retail Store at Town Square in Las Vegas at 10am PST.

MacDailyNews Reader “Mike” sent us a photo of the line from his iPhone prior to Apple opening the doors:

Apple Store Town Square
6725 Via Austi Parkway
Suite 380
Las Vegas, NV 89119

The Apple Retail Store is the best place to learn about all the latest products from Apple including the all-new iPod nano with video playback and the widescreen iPod touch, as well as the critically acclaimed iMac line featuring the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors and gorgeous 20- and 24-inch displays. The hands-on Apple Retail Store experience gives customers a chance to test-drive Apple’s entire product line including the iPhone which combines three devices into one — a mobile phone, a widescreen iPod, and the best mobile Internet device ever — all based on Apple’s revolutionary multi-touch interface and pioneering software that allows users to control iPhone with just a tap, flick or pinch of their fingers.

Every Apple Retail Store offers personal training through Apple’s new One to One program with in-depth sessions on a wide range of topics, from getting started with a Mac or iPod to advancing your moviemaking or digital photography skills. Visitors to the Apple Retail Store can also take advantage of free services from the most knowledgeable people around, including face-to-face support and creative help at the Genius Bar, plus workshops and special programs for kids.

Additional information about Apple’s growing retail store network is available here.


  1. Should be a good store for Apple, all those drunks with loads of casino winnings spending freely.

    On second thoughts maybe not, the only drunks with winnings from casinos are the owners and they probably have Apple gear already.

  2. The only machines that pay in Vegas are the ATM machines

    Apple is selling many more Mac’s since they made the desktop picture a slot machine.

    Stay in Vegas, go poor.

    Remember!!! Gambling is not a form of income, it’s a form of entertainment. Your supposed to lose in Vegas, and if you win you’ll wind up losing that.

    If you win the first time and manage to walk away, never to play again, then you’ve really won, but won’t be entertained anymore.

    See how they get you?

    Go to Vegas, see lots of shows. It’s the best entertainment there if you can’t afford to gamble.

    Whatever you do, make sure you sign up for the comp cards, understand how they work and use them. Order $100 in chips to get the pit boss to comp your card, you can always turn the chips in later.

    I gambled with a few thousand, lost one thousand, got a thousand back and $450 in cash back, paid for the shows.

  3. Oh yea, the dealers cheat.

    They make mistakes, but if you catch them they usually make it right.

    But if your not watching, they might be taking you.

    So watch the roulete wheel, you’ll see sometimes the ball doesn’t want to go in the slot. It’s rigged, they call it a “floater” but it’s because the slots you need are cut off and the ball loses momentum to go anywhere else. Sometimes the dealer doesn’t catch it fast enough.

    Roulete is rigged and the odds are against you. win the first or second time? Walk away,

  4. With a metro population of around 1.8 million, you would think you small minded douchebags would understand the serious need for another apple store in las vegas. You creeps in Reno and Kentucky etc have no problem getting help at the genius bar maybe an hour wait. At the fashion store you will be lucky to get in that day. Grow up with the cheesy little buffet comments and slot machine BS. Vegas is a mega resort town now with tons of money and good jobs.

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