Apple's Company Store at Infinite Loop Reopens on September 19

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Apple has announced the grand reopening of its Company Store at its One Infinite Loop headquarters in Cupertino, California will take place on Saturday, September 19 at 10 AM Pacific. The store has been closed for renovations since June 15.


The Company Store is open to the public and sells Apple logo t-shirts, caps and accessories, but unlike traditional Apple Retail Stores it does not offer services such as the Genius Bar or sell products like Macs, iPhones or iPads.

The Company Store will be open on Monday-Friday between 10 AM - 6 PM Pacific and on Saturday between 10 AM - 4 PM Pacific.

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Four oF NINE

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Great store, but I remember when Apple stores weren't crowded, before the iPhone era.. That was nice.. Things were laid back, not at all frenetic like now.
 

ArtOfWarfare

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Is this store primary for Apple employees?

There's a little shop on my campus at work (IBM) but I would say 90+% of people who ever enter it are just IBM employees. The store just sells miscellaneous gifts and snacks.
 

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Apple has announced the grand reopening of its Company Store at its One Infinite Loop headquarters in Cupertino, California will take place on Saturday, September 19 at 10 AM Pacific. The store has been closed for renovations since June 15.


The Company Store is open to the public and sells Apple logo t-shirts, caps and accessories, but unlike traditional Apple Retail Stores it does not offer services such as the Genius Bar or sell products like Macs, iPhones or iPads.

The Company Store will be open on Monday-Friday between 10 AM - 6 PM Pacific and on Saturday between 10 AM - 4 PM Pacific.

Article Link: Apple's Company Store at Infinite Loop Reopens on September 19
Love this store. They have things that no other Apple store has. I always try and stop by when I'm in Northern California. It's just a quick detour off the freeway between San Francisco and San Jose. Plan on spending some money there....
 
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People really don't like Burberry huh?
I don't really get the hate either, though I suppose it's mostly just those in the MacRumors/geek population.
The dislike for Burberry in the UK comes from the 2000's "chav" culture that Burberry was synonymous with - for that, the name Burberry will be forever tarnished to the UK mainstream.
 

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I don't really get the hate either, though I suppose it's mostly just those in the MacRumors/geek population.
It's mainly because of all the Chav's* that used to wear fake Burberry Stuff 8-10 years ago. Nearly ruined the company. But they are a bit of a one trick pony.

*Chav - sometimes referred to as Council Housed and Violent, but this was a Backronym. Really Chav came from The Romani word Chavi - meaning child.
 

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Is this store primary for Apple employees?

There's a little shop on my campus at work (IBM) but I would say 90+% of people who ever enter it are just IBM employees. The store just sells miscellaneous gifts and snacks.
No anyone can go. they Sell T-Shirts, Jumpers, Pens and Notepads. Official Apple stuff that you can't buy anywhere else. I suspect there will be some new things.

I went 2 days before it shut and bought a load of sale stuff. But have to say quality of some of the clothes was not up to Apple standards. Some was great though.
 

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Looking forward to buying a coffee cup for 29.99.
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Please note - For the first 90 days after your purchase, Apple provides support over the telephone at no charge—giving you expert assistance with installation, launch, and basic troubleshooting. In addition, your Apple CoffeeCup includes comprehensive user manuals, convenient electronic documentation, and helpful tutorials. Applecare will extend your 90 day support to 2 years, even when your Apple CoffeeCup gets grimy with stains.
 
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