9to5Mac is reporting that Apple is about to embark on a major makeover for their retail stores. Dubbed Apple Store 2.0, it'll have more interactive 'startup sessions' bars, iPads as interactive product labels, and 'huge' displays and new sound systems.
The rumor that Apple was building their largest retail store in New York's Grand Central Terminal was always a little odd. Where would it all go? Why there? Aren't there rules against altering landmarks? In any case, a source close to the MTA has confirmed to BetaBeat that Apple has backed out of its preliminary…
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We've teased that Apple Geniuses might not be the brightest in the bunch, but now Apple itself might make them feel stupid. The company is supposedly adding "experts" who'll roam retail stores and answer support questions without need for appointments.