First South Australian Apple Store to open this weekend

Macworld Australia Staff
21 May, 2013
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Apple is set to open its first South Australian retail store and 20th Australian store on Saturday at 10am in the Rundle Place Centre, Adelaide.

Situated in Adelaide’s Rundle Mall shopping strip, the Apple store has been long awaited by South Australian Apple customers, who have long seethed at being overlooked while multiple stores have opened in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia. Even Canberra has its own Apple Store.

Customers can already make reservations online for workshops and Genius Bar appointments at the store.

The Rundle Place retail store arrives a month after the Highpoint store opened in Melbourne’s north-west suburbs.

Now for Tasmania and the Northern Territory …

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