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Tuesday, 21 May 2013 12:46

Apple comes to Adelaide

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Apple is about to open its newest Aussie retail store, this time at Rundle Place Centre in Adelaide.

In an update to its website on Monday, Apple revealed its newest retail location in Australia will open its doors on Saturday at 10am Adelaide time.

Customers can now make appointments with the Rundle Place Apple Store's Genius Bar, as well as for upcoming workshops for the company's various product lines at the website here.

The Rundle Place location, like other Apple stores, will feature a Genius Bar, in-store workshops, One to One service and business-class offerings like Joint Venture.

Additionally, free youth programs will be offered at the store including Youth Workshops, Field Trips and Apple Camp.

And that's not all. According to Adelaide Now, the Apple Store will be passing out T-shirts to commemorate the event, as is customary for a new retail opening.

It was reported earlier on Monday on various online sources that Apple's retail outlets earned the company a record US$58 per visitor last quarter, which amounted to an average per-store revenue of US$13.1 million.

The move follow's Samsung's flashy opening of its first dedicated Australian store at Highpoint in March.

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