Apple is working on its third store in Scotland, this time in the capitol city of Edinburgh. The store will be on Princes Street, which is also the city’s main retail corridor, according to The Journal.
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The new store will be good news for locals shopping for Apple products, and for customers looking for warranty help. Currently, customers have to travel to Glasgow for help with their Macs, iPhones and iPods.
The city is glad to have Apple moving in, too, because the store is expected to help entice more shoppers into the retail area. “Having brands like Apple in Edinburgh draws people to the city,” commented Edinburgh economic development leader Tom Buchanan.
The exact location of Apple’s Places Street store hasn’t been revealed yet, nor has its projected opening date.