Steve Jobs hosted a video tour in 2001
Apple’s stores are usually not very special: the shops, which are located mostly in city neighborhoods frequented by large numbers of people, are often in lavishly restored buildings that impress with their exceptionally modern interior design. The group offers its customers a large space in the stores and invites them to try the products in the proportional sales area. Some of these methods were also found in the first Apple store in Virginia: Before the store opened, Steve Jobs provided fine details and details on a video tour.
Eight different regions and a red phone
If you want to start your own tour with the first store, you can now do so thanks to augmented reality: 9to5Mac has recreated the store so that it is as identical to the original as possible (roughly 17MB). To view this, all you need is an iPhone or iPad that has an A12 chip or later. About this website You can arrive at an idea executed with love.
The work is divided into eight different areas: Home, Film, Professional, Music, Photo, Kids, Bar Genius, etc. A special feature in the center is the display surface, with the help of Apple workshops and software presentations were given. The Genius Bar is also hard to miss: the red phone stands out clearly. This allows support personnel to contact Cupertino directly for answers to particularly difficult technical questions, Jobs explained.
“Alcohol buff. Troublemaker. Introvert. Student. Social media lover. Web ninja. Bacon fan. Reader.”