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9 things you didn’t know about Apple’s new Seattle store


A look inside Apple's new store.
The Seattle store focuses on education.
Photo: Steve Ringman/Seattle Times

Chamfered edges. Hidden gardens. Bathroom secrets. Apple’s new Seattle store has it all, according to The CultCast host Erfon Elijah.

He recently made a journey to the new store and was blown away by the features that make it a place you want to hang out in. Be ready to be impressed with his video tour!

Apple recently opened the doors of its new flagship store in Seattle. Unlike most of the company’s other shops, this one is focused on education.

But it’s the crazy attention to design details in the Apple University Village store that blew away Erfon. From limestone imported from Portugal to supple Italian leather, Cupertino spared no expense in kitting out this shrine to Apple products.


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