Don’t expect to see any playground, outdoor gym or organic garden in Apple. The one thing you can do here is shopping at the Apple Store. If you are obsessed with all things related to Apple, then you might like this place and check out all the coolest gadgets offer at Apple Store at Apple HQ.
This is what you see when you drive in the the Apple Campus.
This Apple Store is specially open to public, especially to Apple’s fans. The store is not that big but offer a selection of Apple gadgets.
There are also some special items that only sold here at One Infinite Loop where other Apple Store don’t have. If you are a die hard fan, you may like to collect those items, such as notebook with emoji, t-shirt, mug, water bottles etc. Most of these items are not selling anywhere, not even at the Apple website. These items sold here aren’t cheap but nothing is cheap for Apple stuff. The staffs who work in Apple Store are friendly and non pushy and you will notice they serve the customer patiently, explaining with their knowledge.
The furniture in the Apple store used wooden, so you would see latest design of Apple products or other gadget display at the wooden table and wooden shelf.
Final thoughts :
If you are an Apple’s fan, you must make a stop at Apple HQ @ One Infinite Loop while doing your tech tour at Silicon Valley. Go check out the Apple store, have a memorable shopping experience in the Apple Store HQ. You will serve by the knowledgeable staffs about the gadget you going to get. You can also collect some of the apple items that aren’t sold or find elsewhere but only at Apple Store @ One Infinite Loop -Cupertino!
Apple Park New Building
Some of the Apple employees have moved to their new building – the ‘Spaceship Campus‘ at Apple Park located at 1 Apple Park Way in Cupertino, California. Security is tight and there is no possible access to the public for new Apple Park!
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