updated 11:30 am EDT, Wed August 11, 2010
Lines still forming on regular basis
Apple's new Covent Garden retail store in London, England is proving to be almost too popular, reports claim. Several days after its opening, the shop is still said to be experiencing lineups, as the inside of the store is regularly jammed with shoppers. Though ultimately good news for Apple, some people may be turning away because of the wait.
The store is considered Apple's largest and most expensive retail outlet, dwarfing even the likes of the Fifth Avenue store in New York City. Some 300 people work at Covent, which has three levels of brick walls and hardwood floors. On display are approximately 56 Macs, 40 iPods, 30 iPads and 30 iPhones.