Apple is finally opening its official store in Singapore, the first in Southeast Asia to be managed by the company.
The official opening will take place at 10am on May 27, at its Knightsbridge location on Orchard Road.
The store will consists of two levels, with the first dedicated to displaying and selling the company’s iPhones, iPads and MacBooks.
The second level will most likely be used to hold Apple’s free “Today at Apple” sessions taught by Singaporean personalities.
The store was finally unveiled to the public on May 21, when the initial wallpapers covering its tall glass doors and walls were taken down.
Here’s a preview, courtesy of our good friends at Vulcan Post.