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Apple Store - information about online store

Apple Store is a chain of stores owned and operated by Apple Inc. The stores sell numerous Apple products, consisting of Mac desktop computers, iPhone smart devices, iPad tablet computer systems, iPod portable media players, Apple Watch smartwatches, Apple TELEVISION digital media players, software, and picked third-party devices.

The first Apple Stores were originally opened as two locations in May 2001 by then-CEO Steve Jobs, after years of trying however failing store-within-a-store. Seeing a need for enhanced retail presentation of the company's products, he started an effort in 1997 to revamp the retail program to get an enhanced relationship with customers and employed Ron Johnson in 2000. Jobs relaunched Apple's online shop in 1997 and opened the first two physical stores in 2001. The media at first speculated that Apple would fail, but its stores were highly effective, by passing the sales varieties of completing for neighboring shops and within three years reached US$ 1 billion in annual sales, becoming the fastest retailer in history to do so. Throughout the years, Apple has broadened the variety of retail locations and its geographical coverage, with 506 shops across 25 countries worldwide as of 2018. Strong item sales have actually put Apple among the top-tier stores, with sales over $16 billion worldwide in 2011.

In May 2016, Angela Ahrendts, Apple's current Senior Vice President of Retail, revealed a substantially revamped Apple Store in Union Square, San Francisco, including large glass doors for the entry, open areas, and rebranded spaces. In addition to acquiring items, customers can get recommendations and assistance from "Creative Pros" - individuals with specialized knowledge of creative arts; get product support in a tree-lined Genius Grove; and attend sessions, conferences, and neighborhood events, with Ahrendts commenting that the goal is to make Apple Stores into "town squares", a location where people naturally satisfy up and hang around. The new style will be used to all Apple Stores worldwide, a process that has seen stores momentarily move or close.

Numerous Apple Stores are situated inside going shopping malls, however Apple has actually built a number of stand-alone flagship shops in prominent places. The success of Apple Stores has had significant influence over other customer electronics retailers, who have actually lost traffic, control and earnings due to perceived higher quality of service and items at Apple Stores. Apple's noteworthy brand name commitment amongst consumers triggers long lines of hundreds of individuals at new Apple Store openings or item releases.

Many Apple Stores are located inside shopping malls, however Apple has actually constructed several stand-alone flagship stores in prominent areas, such as the one located in Grand Central Terminal in New York City. Several multi-level shops feature glass staircases, and some also glass bridges. The New York Times wrote in 2011 that these features belonged to then-CEO Steve Jobs' comprehensive attention to detail, and Apple got a style patent in 2002 for its glass staircase style. Historically, Apple has actually partnered with architectural company Bohlin Cywinski Jackson in developing and developing its original stores and has in recent years partnered with architectural company Foster + Partners in creating its more recent shops, along with its business Apple Park school.

Apple has actually gotten numerous architectural awards for its shop designs, and its "renowned" glass cube, designed in part by Peter Bohlin, at Apple's Fifth Avenue store in New York City, got a different style patent in 2014.

In January 2012, Apple moved retail management to John Browett. In October 2013, Apple worked with Angela Ahrendts from Burberry.