“Adelaide’s first Apple Store has been unveiled overnight ahead of its opening on Saturday,” Tim Williams reports for Adelaidenow.
“Hoardings have been removed to reveal the glass frontage and cavernous interior filled with long timber tables,” Williams reports. “The store has 120 ‘touch points’ for customers to try the latest Macs, iPhones and iPads; it has more than 100 employees; the first 1000 customers will receive a commemorative T-shirt.”
Williams reports, “The $2.5 million Rundle Place shop is Apple’s 20th in Australia and the hugely popular technology brand’s first official store in South Australia. It opens Saturday at 10am.”
Read more, and see a photo of the store’s facade, in the full article here.
iMore has several more photos here.