“Apple has aggressive plans for more stores in China this year — and now the South China Morning Post is reporting that the first of two planned Hong Kong stores will open before the end of the year,” MacNN reports.
“The first store is described as a 15,000 square-foot store in the IFC Mall in Central, while the second store will be an even larger 20,000 square feet in Hysan Place in Causeway Bay, which is expected to open in the third quarter of 2012, according to the paper,” MacNN reports. “The two stores together are expected to cost Apple more than $40 million to build, but are just part of an overall plan to erect a total of 20 new stores in the country over the course of 2011.”
MacNN reports, “Currently, the company has a total of four stores open in China — two in Shanghai, and two in Beijing.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Arline M.” for the heads up.]