updated 02:31 pm EDT, Wed August 28, 2013
Apple makes heavy international push
Details have emerged on several new international Apple Stores. Aside from a new Tokyo location, Apple is reportedly working on another Parisian outlet, this time around Saint-Germain-des-Prés. It's not clear when Apple will move in, but the target building's current tenants are said to have staggered leave dates ranging from next month to the end of March 2014.
In China, stores are headed to the Chongqing region, and Canton Road in Hong Kong. The first Brazilian Apple Store is said to be under construction in the Village Mall in Rio de Janeiro, while Turkey's first location is allegedly due to open in Istanbul in January. Another Italian store is underway at Rome's Euroma2 shopping mall.
Newly suspended however are plans for a store in Berne, Switzerland. Apple has reportedly been unable to reach an agreement with the tenants of a building in Bern Market Street.