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Opinion: Apple’s new retail head needs to fix the biggest problem with Apple Stores

[2019-02-08 14:38:54]

There are many things to love about Apple Stores. The designs are great. Either funky and modern, with loads of glass and natural light, or a respectful yet contemporary conversion of a classical building. You can freely play with the products, without any sales pressure. If you have questions, there will generally be someone who knows the answer … The post Opinion: Apple’s new retail head needs to fix the biggest problem with Apple Stores appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Opinion: Apple’s new retail head needs to fix the biggest problem with Apple Stores


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