Bondi Junction Apple Store opening this Friday, 28 May

Australian Macworld staff
25 May, 2010
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As we speculated three weeks ago (we were only a day off), the new Bondi Junction Apple Store is set to open this Friday, 28 May, to coincide with the Australian release of the iPad.

From the invitation that graced our inbox this morning:

The Apple Store Bondi is the best place to learn about all the latest products from Apple, including the magical new iPad that lets users browse the web, read and send email, enjoy and share photos, watch videos, listen to music, play games, read ebooks and much more. Customers can experience Apple’s entire product line hands-on including the updated MacBook and MacBook Pro with the new NVIDIA processor for up to 80 percent faster graphics, and the incredibly popular iPod touch and iPhone 3GS with access to more than 200,000 apps offered on the revolutionary App Store.

The grand opening will occur at 8am (AEST), Friday 28 May at 213 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction. Given the double whammy that this Friday brings for Sydney Apple fans, there’s likely to be a bit of a line. You might want to get there early if you fancy a T-shirt to commemorate the event.

What can we expect from the store? There have been rumours aplenty, but the most enduring of which says the store is likely to feature indoor trees under skylights.

See you there, Mac fans.

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