Apple has revealed the future of its retail stores today in San Francisco.
In the city's iconic Union Square the new store has 42-foot sliding glass doors that double as two-story windows, a 6K video screen on the second floor, and trees lining its customer support section.
It also sports a backyard that will be open all the time, have free Wi-Fi and plenty of green space.
Matthe Panzarino, editor at TechCrunch was at the official reveal of the store and shared these photos.
The doors are 42 ft and open 40 ft wide - and they're on both sides of the store. The back opens on a public plaza. pic.twitter.com/fJ0kLSxV3e— Matthew Panzarino (@panzer) May 19, 2016
The new plaza behind the store. Apple is building 45 art labs for the Ruth Asawa org (artist of original fountain) pic.twitter.com/V8Bp72BqHC— Matthew Panzarino (@panzer) May 19, 2016
The plaza is the store's backyard and features a restored fountain by sculptor Ruth Asawa.
Another new Apple Store feature is called The Boardroom - this is aimed specifically at small business customers pic.twitter.com/HOXHJpRiks— Matthew Panzarino (@panzer) May 19, 2016
The Boardroom replaces the former business rooms in the Apple retail stores. The former Genius Bar will be replaced by the Genius Grove in 'significant stores'. The new Grove features trees and bigger tables that can be shared by more people.
Views and video wall pic.twitter.com/eYVrzDEREY— Matthew Panzarino (@panzer) May 19, 2016