I wish I’d been there.
Apple’s newest store—its seventh in New York City—opened Tuesday on the floor of the World Trade Center Oculus, the brontosaurean terminus of the NJ-NY PATH commuter line (with connections to seven subways and a bus).
The press and the analysts attend Apple’s keynotes, but Apple Stores are the face the public sees.
Having visited more than my share—including stores in Paris, London, Amsterdam, Berlin and Barcelona—I can tell you that Apple chooses its venues carefully. And seemingly without regard to cost.
Here’s the opening of the newest store, as captured by AppleInsider:
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