LONDON — Apple's UK flagship store is back after being closed for renovation — and it's had more than just a lick of paint.
Mashable got a first look at the redesigned new shop on Regent Street. With its huge windows and smart bulbs, the design of the store makes the most of natural light — a much appreciated feature in grey and rainy London.
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Check out the historic facade.
The historic building on London's Regent Street has been given a makeover by the same architects responsible for designing the company's California-based Campus 2 headquarters
After a year of renovations, the Regent Street Apple store in London is opening on Oct. 15, and members of the press were given a sneak peek of the interior prior to the big day.
Soon, Apple's store on Regent Street, London, will re-open to the public. The gadget mecca has been given a radical makeover, retiring the old glass staircase and much of the first floor. In their place you'll find a double height "...
The Regent Street Apple Store has been closed for many months as it was undergoing major refurbishment works to modernize the interior. Apple has finally completed the work and the new store will be open to the public on Saturday, O...