This review is for the Apple Store near Oxford Street. This place is huge! So much space to move around. So much space to play with all the latest gadgets that I really can't afford. It is like Charlie and the Chocolate factory for Apple fans. The staff are super friendly and knowledgeable. They seem to know everything that you need to know about Apple products. Or, at the very least, be able to quickly call someone over to tell you. The price is the last thing to be mentioned. But, as it is mentioned with a smile, the price does not seem that bad.
© Ed Marshall
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Nov 30 1999
A cathedral to geekery, the exposed brickwork, big old oak tables and stone floors make this Apple’s most inviting store (it is also the world’s biggest). There are separate rooms – set out over three storeys – devoted to each product line. And it’s the world’s first Apple store to feature a Start Up Room where staff will help set up your new iPad, iPhone, iPod or Mac, or transfer files from your old computer to your new one – all for free. This is the kind of futuristic store you dreamed about as a kid. If you were a nerdy kid.
Apple Store 1 The Piazza