Tomorrow, Apple’s first Swedish retail Apple Store is opening just outside of Stockholm, in Taby at the Taby Centrum. Although the opening of this store is timed perfectly with the iPhone 5 launch, this particular store won’t be getting any iPhone 5 devices since Sweden isn’t one of the iPhone 5’s launch countries.
The Swedish retail Apple Store will mark Apple’s thirteenth country to have an Apple Store. Take a look at the pictures below to see what the store will look like (Surprise! It looks just like an Apple Store). The only notable differences come from Sweden-exclusive products that are locally sourced and designed, like iPhone cases from Bjorn Borg and P.A.P.
At Apple’s big media event on Wednesday ,Tim Cook talked a little about the success of the retail Apple Stores. There are now over 380 stores worldwide and Apple had over 83 million visitors just last year.