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Apple to open second Alabama store on Saturday

updated 10:50 am EDT, Tue May 27, 2008

Huntsville, AL Apple Store

Apple is planning to open its second Alabama retail store this Saturday, May 31st, according to announcement. Despite its name, the Bridge Street location is actually situated at 6782 Old Madison Pike in Huntsville, near Governors Drive; also unusual is that while the store is only days away from opening, it does not yet have an official website, essential for information such as store hours and upcoming events.

Apple will say however that the location should be open at 10AM CDT on launch day, and that all the latest products will be on display. This should include the iPod touch, the MacBook Air, and the iPhone, which may only be weeks away from a 3G broadband upgrade. Support services at Bridge Street will include workshops, One to One training and Genius Bar technical support.




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  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -5

    hey!

    Come and "hang out" at the new Apple store in Alabama!

  1. shaunymac

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Delayed?

    wow, I thought there was going to be an error in this story when I read the title, but I guess I was wrong. I live in Birmingham and I remember hearing about the store coming to Huntsville a long time ago. I guess I just already thought they were selling macs up there. Did it get delayed?

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