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Apple Grand Central Store: Quick Tour

Apple's latest retail outlet will pitch products like the iPad 2, iPhone 4S, and MacBook Air to commuters at one of the world's busiest transportation hubs. Check out our visual tour.
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A consumer takes a moment to take in one of the many signs pitching the iPad 2 tablet.

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BillZebub
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12/10/2011 | 2:29:49 PM
re: Apple Grand Central Store: Quick Tour
I like that the picture titled "MacBook Air" depicts a 15-inch MacBook Pro. I trust InformationWeek to provide me with accurate, weekly information regarding the value of technology to business, and reporting like this shows that I am in good hands.
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12/10/2011 | 5:53:29 PM
re: Apple Grand Central Store: Quick Tour
Same ol Same ol. Just another Apple Store
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hypermouse,
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12/10/2011 | 9:50:01 PM
re: Apple Grand Central Store: Quick Tour
I love the way you confidently state that the iPad 3 will be shipping in February. Strange, I must have missed the press release from Apple ;-)
Given that the iPad 2 was released late March this year, March 2012 would be more likely.
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12/11/2011 | 2:09:06 AM
re: Apple Grand Central Store: Quick Tour
Yeah, that's a MacBook Pro.
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jlauve,
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12/11/2011 | 11:08:45 PM
re: Apple Grand Central Store: Quick Tour
Hmm...I believe it's "marquee", not "marquis."
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12/12/2011 | 10:44:20 PM
re: Apple Grand Central Store: Quick Tour
From a business perspective, Grand Central Station is a solid location that's bound to do well for an Apple store. From an aesthetics/nostalgia perspective however, I'm a little disheartened to see it there.

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