A Sneak Peek Of The New Apple Store At MBS
Two weeks ago, Apple confirmed the opening of a third store in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands (MBS).
He announced today that the next store will be officially open this Thursday (September 10).
The next store will be housed in a dome-shaped structure that floats on the waters of Marina Bay – and will be the world’s first Apple Store to be installed on the water.
Apple fans who are ready to camp out to enter the store on opening day should take note that they cannot simply show up without an official pass.
They should make an appointment here first. Capacity will be limited, so visitors may experience waiting times before entering the store.
Even if you can’t get inside on opening day, you can still take a peek from the outside as the outside is transparent.
For now, you can simply enjoy the Apple Store at MBS in photos:
Completely surrounded by water, Apple MBS offers uninterrupted 360-degree panoramic views of the city and its spectacular skyline thanks to its all-glass dome structure.
Inspired by the Pantheon in Rome, an oculus located at the top of the dome provides a ray of light that traverses the space.
In the store, visitors can explore select Apple products and accessories, get personal technical support from Geniuses, or simply take in the breathtaking views of Marina Bay.
The Forum is centered around a video wall, which will serve as the stage for the Today at Apple sessions featuring artists, musicians and creators from Singapore.
Entrepreneurs and developers interested in receiving training and advice can meet members of the Apple team in Apple’s first underwater conference room, located on the lower level of the store.
If you can’t secure a slot, don’t worry. The new Apple Store will allow walk-in tours starting Friday, September 11.
Since the store is eagerly awaited, expect long lines. Remember, we are still in the middle of a pandemic – so avoid the crowds and practice social distancing!
The store is not going anywhere anyway, so you have plenty of time to spend in the future.
Featured Image Credit: Apple
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