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Apple Opens 25th Chinese Store In Dalian

Apple's 25th Apple Store in China, which is located in Dalian Parkland, has started its formal operation.

According to Apple, the company plans to increase the number of its retail stores in the Chinese market to 40 by mid 2016.

Since the beginning of 2015, Apple has opened new sites in Zhengzhou, Hangzhou, Chongqing, Tianjin, Shenyang, and Hong Kong. In September, the company launched a large recruitment drive for its store in Macau. In addition, it was rumored to open a new store in Taipei.

Like most Apple Stores, this new store in Dalian has iconic oak desks and 121 Internet-connected iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watches, and iPod products available for consumer experiences.


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1 Comment

  1. Where the hell can I get support from Apple in Beijing? I have been trying for over 7 days to restore my iPhone 6 from iCloud. It says the size is 16GB and every damn day I have tried to restore. It usually stalls around 30 minutes remaining…… I have let it sit for more than 2 days and it just stalls. Apple Store in Beijing says it is slow because servers are maybe not connecting well…… But how the hell can I update in China from a slow server connection?

    My MacBook doesn't have room to backup iPhone to iTunes so I need iCloud. This just sucks. Sucks sucks sucks. I like Apple but I can't see how they will survive in China with such horrible bandwidth problems. They need better proxies and better service.

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