MacAlert!

Up to the minute Apple and Mac news alerts

Passeig de Gràcia Apple Store temporarily closing February 10th, Video Wall and Forum likely on the way

[2019-01-12 15:27:29]

Changes are in store for one of Apple’s most significant retail spaces in Spain. Apple Passeig de Gràcia will soon close its doors temporarily for renovation work. Upon reopening, the store is expected to be updated with a Forum, Video Wall, and all of Apple’s latest store features. The post Passeig de Gràcia Apple Store temporarily closing February 10th, Video Wall and Forum likely on the way appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Passeig de Gràcia Apple Store temporarily closing February 10th, Video Wall and Forum likely on the way


Read more....



RELATED!

Qualcomm vs FTC trial: Apple recalls iPad mini 2 negotiations, Qualcomm defends double-dipping licensing as best for everyone

The AirPlay 2 news from CES has changed my classroom AV plans

Apple may be planning to relocate its first retail store at Tysons Corner

Lightroom CC for iPad updated with support for Siri Shortcuts

9to5Rewards: Win Apple’s new MacBook Air from Setapp & 9to5Mac [Giveaway]

Poll: Do you prefer these iPhone 11 and iPhone XR 2 renders?

iPhone 11 may tap Samsung or MediaTek to join Intel in replacing Qualcomm modems

9to5Mac Happy Hour 207: iPhone 11 triple camera rumors, AirPlay 2 TVs, HomeKit at CES 2019

[Update: Shipping next month for $660] Robin Telecom claims to offer the first HomeKit enabled doorbell with its ProLine Doorbell

9to5Toys Lunch Break: Latest iPad Pro $150 off, Twelve South HiRise iPhone/Watch Dock $49, HP 27-inch Monitor $110, more

iPhone 11 could include Wi-Fi 6 in addition to triple-camera, improved Face ID, more

Opinion: Should Apple follow Xiaomi, and start building more smart home devices on its own?

Petition calls on LG to extend AirPlay 2/HomeKit support to 2018 premium TV models

Late 2012 iMac becomes vintage/obsolete this month, but is eligible for pilot repair scheme

Ikea launches braided MFi Lightning cable in Sweden for $9, US plans unclear