Apple's newest retail store in Station Park near Salt Lake City, Utah is set to open on Friday, September 20, the same day that Apple will begin selling its iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in stores.

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Located in Farmington, Utah, Station Park is an outdoor shopping mall that features a number of upscale retail stores. The Apple Store, which spans approximately 10,000 square-feet, is located in the middle of the mall next to the H&M clothing store.

While store openings normally begin at 10:00 AM, the new store will open its doors at 8:00 AM in order to begin selling Apple’s iPhones. The company will likely also be handing out commemorative T-shirts to the first 1,000 customers to visit the store.

Customers can begin making reservations for workshops and Genius Bar appointments af the Park Station location today.

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dsosamac Avatar
140 months ago
Can we please get an Apple Store in Utah County? Please?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
musika Avatar
140 months ago
That's gonna be one bigass line.
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redsoxunixgeek Avatar
140 months ago
Can we please get an Apple Store in Utah County? Please?

No. Apple is a bunch of Ute Fans, so you might try asking next week :D
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mickyj13 Avatar
140 months ago
Yes, but they hand out free shirts at store openings.

I'm a sucker for a free shirt.
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JPark Avatar
140 months ago
You know all the stores basically are the same right! :D

Yes, but they hand out free shirts at store openings.
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arkmannj Avatar
140 months ago
Who the hell cares about a store up there! Put one in Utah County!!! WTF is wrong with them!?!
Obviously the people that live up there dissagree with you.

Provo has quite good access to Apple products just not an official Apple Store.
* BYU Book store (will sell to non students at regular price)
* UVU Book store (will sell to non students at regular price)
* Simply Mac (even if their sevice, and business practices are aweful.)
* Is Mac Docs still around?
* Att/Verizon/T-Mobile/Sprint/Walmart/Target
* Best Buy


Here are the places I think still need a store
* Provo Area
* Ogden Area
* Lehi/American Fork area
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