Apple Previews Latest Mexico City Store With Large Sliding Glass Doors, Opens Friday

Apple today previewed its new retail store in Mexico City's upscale Polanco district ahead of its grand opening later this week.

Apple Antara features a pavilion design with large 23-foot-tall sliding glass doors that create a 20-foot-wide entrance, complete with curved corner glass panels allowing natural light to flow into the store. Inside, there is also a Forum and 8K Video Wall for Today at Apple sessions, nestled among indoor trees.



Apple's retail chief Deirdre O'Brien:

We are thrilled to open our stunning new store in central Mexico City and now welcome even more customers to Apple across this bustling city. Our amazing team can't wait to welcome everyone to Apple Antara for the first time on Friday.

Apple Antara opens Friday, September 27 at 5:00 p.m. local time and will become Apple's second retail store in Mexico.

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14 months ago


If only North America were a country...it's not, it's a continent.

His statement is still correct. Mexico City is the largest city in North America.
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14 months ago


If only North America were a country...it's not, it's a continent.

And he/she is right. Mexico City IS the largest city in North America (the continent as you state,) being larger than New York and L.A.
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14 months ago


If only North America were a country...it's not, it's a continent.

He is still correct. Mexico City is the largest by population City in North America.....and still without Apple Pay ;-)





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14 months ago


Large sliding glass doors. Mexico City climate. Most all glass exterior.

Is the previous GIANT wind farm suppose to cover the air conditioning cost? How does that work?

Mexico City is not as hot as many people think (21 celsius degrees average) and that Polanco area where the store's located is populated by large buildings and trees that project large shadows, thus many sidewalks and malls are actually pleasing to take a stroll on even on hot days. Besides, the local city government has subsidized water and electricity costs so executive offices and luxury flats proliferate the area to attract international investments. The zone is also home for celebrities, politicians, soccer players, and high-ranking executives. Privilege is the norm there.
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14 months ago


If only North America were a country...it's not, it's a continent.

Mexico City is the largest city by population in all three Mexico, North America and the Western Hemipshere, it is also one of the largest by GDP in the world.
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14 months ago
Those 2 curved glass panes alone cost a fortune, bet you can buy a decent car for the money those cost.





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