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Apple’s giant glass triangle touches down in Brooklyn


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The new Apple store in Brooklyn New York.
Photo: Neil Hughes/Twitter

New York City is getting a new Apple store this week, only instead of replicating the iconic Fifth Ave glass cube, this time Apple’s going with a giant triangle.

The new store will be Apple’s second retail location in Brooklyn after the company opened a store in Williamsburg last year. Apple’s glass-sided triangle store opens December 2 and is located down the street from the Atlantic Terminal and Barclays Center.

Take a closer look:

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Inside the Brooklyn Apple store.
Photo: Alfred Ng/Twitter

Apple’s new store features a distinct angular design. Its sloping ceiling has a max height of 30 feet and is designed to absorb sound. There’s a Genius Grove in the store that has wooden tables surrounded by indoor potted ficus trees.

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This area is used for workshops and classes.
Photo: Punchland

At the back of the store, customers will find a giant 6K screen with a sitting area. Apple will host classes and workshops on topics related to the iPhone, iPad, Mac and more. There are also tons of tables displaying Apple’s latest products so customers can get some hands-on time with the company’s newest wares.


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