Touch ID has been supported in the Apple App for iOS devices for quite some time, but one key feature has been missing up to this point.
Apple today threw open its first retail store in Taiwan open to customers at 11:00 am (Taiwan time) on July 1. The company’s first store in the region is located on the ground floor and basement of Taipei 101, and, is aptly named Apple Taipei 101.
There is a brand new Apple retail site planned for Chicago, Illinois, right next to the Chicago River. And it has an interesting design.
Earlier this month, there were reports of the imminent opening of Apple’s first retail store in Taiwan, and now the Cupertino company has updated its website to confirm that the store will be opening on July 1 at 11:00 a.m.
In the hustle and bustle of today’s keynote speech, Apple managed to launch one new product they didn’t announce on stage.
Earlier today, before the keynote that would kick off this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple brought down its online store to prepare for new devices lining its digital store shelves.
Ahead of WWDC 2017 later today where Apple is expected to refresh its MacBook lineup and possibly launch a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the company has taken down its online Apple Store.
Apple’s first retail store in Singapore was thrown open to its customers earlier today (May 27) and saw hundreds of the company’s loyal fan visiting it to get an experience of the store and their magical products. The opening of the store makes it the first official store from Apple in Southeast Asia.
The opening of Apple’s first retail store in Singapore seems imminent. The barricades in front of the store at Singapore’s upmarket Orchard Road’s Knightsbridge mall were removed yesterday.
Apple is well known for its eye-catching stores, none of them more so than the glass cube that sits atop the retail store at 5th Avenue in New York City.