Apple's Fifth Avenue "Cube" To Return Early Of This Year

Apple will reopen the Fifth Avenue store in New York City in the first half of this year when the iconic "glass cube" entrance will once again be shown to the world. Apple closed the retail store in 2017, in order to expand the use of the area and redecorate, but it has been unclear of when to resume business.

In order to meet the needs of users, Apple opened a temporary store near the Fifth Avenue Apple store. Powers said that once Apple moved away from the temporary store, Under Armour will be stationed there, Powers disclosed the news in the revenue meeting, even though it did not give a clear date, but it is believed to be at some time in the first half of this year, according to Seeking Alpha.

When the Fifth Avenue Apple store reopens to consumers, its retail space will expand from the previous 32,000 square feet to 77,000 square feet, with some areas allegedly reserved for the Beats 1 broadcast area. For the renovation, the "cube glass" entrance was also removed, and this alone cost approximately $2 million.

Image Via MacRumors
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