Apple’s Fifth Avenue’ Cube’ retail shop in New York City has reopened its doors following a massive remodeling project.
“Now almost double the size of its first model with a high ceiling and much more natural lighting, Apple Fifth Avenue is a wider, more expansive area, and the ideal platform for customers to find and strive Apple’s new products,” the firm said in an announcement on Thursday.
The shop will be bombarded with 900 workers who speak more than 30 languages and the most recent Apple products such as iPhone 11, 11 Guru, 11 Guru Max and Watch Series 5 will soon be accessible.
Steve Jobs opened the shop in 2006 and welcomed the very first clients to go into the cube.
“It is unique among Apple shops, and now it yields even more welcoming, and much more lovely than ever before. We are so proud to become part of the quaint town where a lot happens each day,” stated Tim Cook Apple’s CEO.
The shop, which will be open 24 hours per day, 365 days per year proved to be a significant tourist destination in New York before it closed for renovation in January 2017.