how to tell if you're in a real apple store

China has long been known as one of the places that manufactures near perfect bootlegs of actual designer products. Now they've taken it a step further.

Meet the fake Apple store. An almost spot on copy of the actual Apple store, except not really an Apple store. You can tell by the most minor detail and almost the only thing they missed: the unnecessary "Apple Store" type on the sign. That, and the fact that they're not featured on the official Apple website as locations.

If you see an Apple store opening in Canal Street in NYC anytime soon, be suspicious. Very suspicious.

1 comment:

Michael said...

That is to funny.

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