The new Apple Dadeland is now open in Miami, Florida.
As reported by 9to5Mac, the new store was moved from an internal location in the mall to its new home which connects to both the exterior and interior of the mall. The new, curved design brings a lot of the modern elements we have come to expect from newer Apple Store locations around the world.
Apple Dadeland maximizes sunlight with a curtain of floor-to-ceiling windows and a pair of skylights that illuminate the limestone walls. The store’s curved profile outlines the shape of the mall and is topped by a matching cantilevered roof. The ceiling is lined with warm timber planks that enhance the acoustic quality of the store.
There’s more room than ever before to check out the latest products at Apple Dadeland. Panoramic rows of tables span the store and Avenues with the newest displays line the walls. If you’re stopping in for a quick pickup or Genius Bar appointment, there’s a second entrance inside the mall for greater accessibility.
In addition to new in-store elements, the team in the Miami area has been recently featured in Today at Apple online sessions.
Leather benches shaded by indoor trees with integrated seating make shopping and appointments more comfortable in the new store. Tables for support and learning replace the Genius Bar. At the center of the store, Today at Apple creative sessions will come to life in the Forum. Anchored by the massive video wall, the Forum is where you’ll learn new skills from Apple Creative Pros. Apple’s team in the Miami area is also featured in the latest Today at Apple Creative Projects session on YouTube and in the Remix sessions available now in GarageBand.
Apple Dadeland is now open to all visitors with no reservation required. Masks are currently required for both employees and customers at all Apple retail locations in the United States.
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