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| June 10, 2013
Apple Talks Retail Stores At WWDC Keynote
Speaking live on stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif., Apple CEO Tim Cook has provided an update on its worldwide Apple Retail Stores. Following the launch of Apple's first store in Berlin, the company now has 407 stores in 14 different countries, and more than one million people per day visit Apple Stores globally. Impressive, right? What's more, Cook noted that the local Apple Store is an extremely popular choice for school field trips, and added that more people than ever before are taking advantage of Apple's in-house "Personal Training" service. "Our stores have become integral parts of the communities that they serve," Cook said. For more of today's news, see: Apple Once More Improves Its Line Of MacBook Airs, Apple Introduces iCloud Keychain, and Apple's All-New Calendar App In OS X Mavericks Sure Looks Good.