Apple to open 13th Aussie store

By William Maher on Sep 20, 2011 2:32 PM
Filed under Hardware

Comes as iPhone 5 and iPad 3 rumours continue to swirl.

It may not be the cheapest place to get a Macbook or iPad, but the number of Apple Stores continues to increase, with another to open in Sydney this weekend.

From this Saturday 24th September, Hornsby residents will be able to bask in the glow of iPads and MacBooks, when a new Apple Store opens in Westfield Hornsby at 10am.

This will be the sixth Apple Store to open in Sydney since the first one opened in Australia on George street in Sydney in 2008. There's now three in Victoria, Queensland has two, and Western Australia has one. Apple also opened a Penrith store in Sydney in July this year.

In addition to overly friendly staff, the Genius Bar, free setups and workshops, the Stores have played host to live music, filmmaker interviews and a photo exhibition.

For those wanting an altogether different Apple experience, Mike Daisey's show "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs" also opens on Saturday at the Sydney Opera House.

[Main article image: Apple Store, George St. Sydney.]

 
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