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Apple's Flagship Store In Brisbane, Australia Expected To Open Soon

It looks like Apple's flagship Apple Retail Store in Brisbane, Australia is set to open its doors in the near future. Because following a period of construction (including a delay), barricade signage has appeared outside the forthcoming Apple Retail Store indicating that its launch should occur in under two weeks.

The prediction comes from ifo Apple Store’s Gary Allen (@ifostore), who noted in a Twitter update that Apple Retail Store barricade signage usually appears around 10–14 days before the store itself opens for the general public. On this basis, he predicts a launch date of Jan. 10–11 for the Brisbane Apple Retail Store.

Earlier this year, the same retail store suffered a delay in its construction process due to complications surrounding the installation of a modern retail store within an historic building. However, these problems were soon corrected, and subsequent blueprints discovered back in August indicated that construction on the retail store was continuing.

Though a launch date of October 2013 had originally been predicted, it now indeed looks like Australians should expect the Brisbane Apple Retail Store to launch in mid-January, around Jan. 10–11.

We’ll keep you updated with further information as we receive it.

In the meantime, see: App Store Gaming Classic Cro-Mag Rally Gains Support For Apple’s A7 64-Bit Chip, Sphere 360-Degree Panoramic Photo App Updated With New Easy Recording Mode, and Getting Sticky With It: Imo Messaging App Finally Updated With Stickers.

Image credit: Twitter

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