Apple to Open Store in Marbella
November 23rd, 2011
Apple announced yesterday the opening on 25th November of a new store in Marbella, in the Málaga province, which will become the brand’s fourth store in Spain and will feature a panel of experts to advise customers.
The new Apple Store will be their largest in Spain, larger than their existing stores in Madrid and Barcelona. Apple, which began opening its own stores ten years ago, and can now count 357 in the world, has two stores in Madrid and one in Barcelona.
Apple said in a press release reported in Cinco Dias, that in these ten years, more than 77 million people have visited one of their premises.
Among the free services that will be offered in the new Apple Store in Marbella, located in the La Cañada shopping centre, are free personal customised settings for any iPad, iPhone or Mac purchased in the store, technical support and advice, as well as workshop programs for young people.
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