Apple has announced the opening date of July 26, 2003 for it...

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    This makes five in the SF Bay Area. With the Corte Madera store (Apple has posted job listings for this No. Bay store) and the upcoming flagship store in downtown San Francisco we finally catch up to LA. Now how about a San Jose, Napa, Santa Rosa, & Hayward stores? The hometown region has to have good representation, right?:D
     
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    Why would that guy be camping out?? Burlingame is in the bay area up in northern California, not southern Cali. Maybe it's time to get your California geography straight ;)
     
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    Wow .. 5 in the SF Bay area .. and there's not one within 500 miles (or more) of me here in west Texas ..

    :( :mad:
     
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    clearly this guy's got time to kill... :)

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    Of the top ten US metro areas without an Apple store two are in Texas. San Antonio and Austin would seem to have hope in the next round of openings. I know SA and Austin aren't exactly West Texas, but they're a bit closer than Burlingame.;)

    El Paso, the largest West Texas metro area would be the smallest market to have a Apple store -- so you may have to wait a while.:(
     
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    i thought i had free time when i went to the palisades opening 2 hours early to be 7th in line:rolleyes:
     

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