Apple to celebrate grand opening of Apple Store in Temecula, California on Saturday, September 26

Apple StoreCalifornia’s latest Apple retail store, Apple Store Promenade Temecula. will open to the public on Saturday, September 26, 2009 at 10am PDT.

Address:
Apple Store Promenade Temecula
40820 Winchester Road
Temecula, CA 92591

The Apple Store Promenade Temecula is the best place to learn about all the latest products from Apple. Customers can test drive the popular iPod line including the amazing new iPod nano with a built- in video camera, mic and speaker, as well as the aluminum unibody MacBook Pro family featuring Mac OS X Snow Leopard, the world’s most advanced operating system. Visitors can also check out the iPhone 3GS, the fastest, most powerful iPhone yet, with a high-quality 3 megapixel autofocus camera, easy to use video recording and hands free voice control, plus access to more than 75,000 apps offered on the revolutionary App Store.

Every Apple Retail Store offers a range of free services designed to help customers get the most out of their Apple products, including face-to-face support and advice at the Genius Bar, hands-on workshops and special programs for kids. Customers who buy a Mac at the Apple Retail Store or Apple’s Online Store can also join the popular One to One program. For just $99, owners of a new Mac get Personal Setup to customize their computer and transfer files from their old Mac or PC, plus a year of Personal Training sessions and Personal Project support on a wide range of topics, from getting started on a Mac to advancing their digital photography or moviemaking skills.

More info about Apple Store Promenade Temecula here.

16 Comments

  1. Temecula? Temecula?

    As a 35 year resident of nearby San Bernardino I do not understand a Store in Temecula.

    Spokane, Washington, my current residence, must not be far behind on the list.

  2. Aha! Apple’s plan for world conquest is entering its next phase. They’re starting to put their stores outside of the most prestigious upscale locations. I won’t be surprised if they put a store in Piscataway soon.

  3. I live in Temecula. This is very nice news. If you don’t live or haven’t visited the area in a while, this place is booming and when the Temecula Valley is built out will contain about a half a million people, most of which are in Apple’s demographics target

  4. “when the Temecula Valley is built out will contain about a half a million people, most of which are in Apple’s demographics target”

    ‘When’ is going to be a very long time from now.

    San Bernardino, Rialto, Colton, Fontana, Colton, Bloomington, Grand Terrance, Loma Linda, Highland, Redlands, Banning, Beaumont (all suburbs of San Bernardino), not to mention Riverside and suburbs thereof, have a combined population near 1.5 million today (not counting unincorporated areas of the valley). The number of homes in the price range of Temecula’s average is far exceeded by just San Bernardino.

    Additionally the San Bernardino/Riverside area have CSU San Bernardino and UC Riverside with combined student populations well in excess of 30,000, not to mention Community colleges (SBVC has a student population in excess of 15,000, as does RCC).

    But I live in Spokane Washington where we have Gonzaga University, Eastern Washington University, Whitworth University, Washington State University, Spokane Falls College, Spokane Community College, North Idaho College, Lewis and Clark State College and the University of Idaho all within a 30 mile radius, not to mention a market of 700,000 that is rapidly emerging as an alternative for the rich and famous to Telluride, Aspen and Vail.

    Temecula not so much.

  5. I can understand why Temecula, it is flat out booming (taken a bit of a hit due to the housing crisis) but long term, a good move by apple.

    I also hope they can do spokane someday but Temecula before them is still wise IMO.

  6. @Greg.

    I just checked the projected population for Temecula, and it is expected to be fully built out in 2015 with a population of 1,000,000 in the valley.

    It doesn’t matter what you or I think – clearly they researched where it made the most sense to open a new store and this is where they picked.

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