On Thursday, February 3, the brand new Apple Yas Mall debuted in Abu Dhabi’s bustling shopping area.
The store, which is near twice the size of the old store, serves as a reinvented area for consumers to shop the Apple‘s latest products and services, receive the greatest support from educated team members, and participate in free Today at Apple sessions.
Apple’s senior vice president of Retail + People, Deirdre O’Brien, said, “With the opening of the newly expanded Apple Yas Mall, our team is ready to welcome even more of Abu Dhabi’s incredibly diverse and innovative community to this beautiful new space.” “We look forward to continuing to bring the best of Apple to the UAE, and building on our history in the region.”
The store, which is located on a prime corner in the mall’s town square, has a spectacular curving glass front and over 150 feet of glass inside the storefront. The area has Bianco Cristal floors and wood ceilings, which are comparable to those found in other Apple Store locations around the world.
Two enormous skylights lie directly above six Ficus Nitida trees, allowing enough natural light to flood the interior. The freestanding video wall and Forum are located in the center of the store, where free Today at Apple seminars are held.
These daily classes, led by Apple Creative Pros, provide creative inspiration, teach practical skills, and help participants get more out of their products.
Consumers can learn more about Apple’s Trade-In program for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, and get shopping assistance from Apple Specialists, as well as discover Apple’s products and services at nearby tables and avenues.
Apple Yas Mall has a team of 100 highly qualified employees that speak 33 different languages and come from 32 different countries. Since the store first opened in 2015, the varied workforce has nearly doubled in size, with more than half of the staff still working in the new Apple Yas Mall store.
Apple has been working in the UAE for over ten years and employs over 600 people across the country. Nearly 30 million people have visited Apple stores in the UAE since they first opened in 2015.
Apple’s strong dedication to local users is seen by the amazing experience it provides across products, software, and services. Customers may use Arabic software and apps, as well as tailor-made Arabic content on Apple Music and a customized App Store in 14 Middle East and North African countries.