Apple Opens Grand Central Store

    NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 09:  People walk through the new Apple store in Grand Central Station on December 9, 2011 in New York City. The store, which opened to the public today, overlooks the main concourse of the historic train station and will become Apple's new flagship store in New York. It features two Genius Bars, 15-minute Express Workshop for commuters on a tighter schedule and will employ 315 people. This will be the fifth Apple store in New York City.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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    There’s no new iPhone, but hundreds of people lined up before the opening of Apple’s new Manhattan flagship, in Grand Central Terminal. As with a product launch, the first customers entered the store to the applause of Apple employees. The store sits on the east and northeast balconies of the station, and uses less glass than most Apple stores. It has two Genius Bars and an area where you can pick up products you order via the Apple Store app. It’s Apple’s fifth store in Manhattan.

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