Earlier this year, Apple acquired Beats Electronics and thereby added a popular brand of headphones and speakers to its product lineup. As such, especially given the recent litigation between the two companies, it is unsurprising that Apple has followed through with its plans of removing all Bose headphones and speakers from Apple Stores.
Apple on Tuesday announced through its Italian website that it will be opening a new retail store in the Venice suburb of Marghera, Italy this weekend. The grand opening takes place on Saturday, October 11 at 10:00 AM local time, with retail employees likely to be on hand to celebrate and hand out commemorative T-shirts to the first 1,000 customers.
Following through with plans outlined a few months ago, the latest Apple Store in Germany is set to open in Hanover on September 27 at 10:00 AM local time. The grand opening will likely involve Apple retail employees on hand to cut a ribbon and partake in other traditional launch festivities as the first customers enter the store.
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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple with a patent for the iconic design of its Fifth Avenue glass cube retail store in New York, eight years since the award-winning store first opened its doors. Apple originally filed for the patent in October 2012, crediting late co-founder Steve Jobs and a half dozen others as inventors.
The Apple Stores keep opening up. In early August, the latest store to open in The Hague’s Passage mall opened their doors on August 9. Now, in the United States, the sixth Apple retail site in Connecticut will be open for business soon.