It's always nice to see Apple expanding the number of Apple Stores around the world, mostly because the company usually adds a unique look to each one. Although there are similarities like the grey marble or the abundance of glass used for the storefront, each store usually gets a personal touch.
Next weekend, Apple is upping the number of Apple Stores in China to eleven. Saturday, July 26th, Apple will be opening a new Apple Store at the Paradise Walk mall in the Jiangbei District of Chongqing.
This official notice was released by Apple in China today:
Apple notes that the new Jiangbei District store will be opening at 10 AM local time, the norm for most of the company's locations. The front of the store appears to be mostly glass with a marble boarder along the top and sides. In the future, the company plans to open Apple Stores in Shenyang, Central Hangzhou, East Hangzhou, and East Chengdu.