Apple opens in Grand Central Terminal
New York -- Apple on Friday, opened its newest Big Apple store, a 23,000-sq-.ft. outpost in the landmarked Grand Central Terminal. The company said 2,500 people were waiting in line before the opening, and the store had nearly 4,000 visitors before noon.
The space had been previously occupied by a restaurant, which closed earlier this summer. It is Apple’s fifth location in Manhattan,
The store—one of Apple's largest—features sleek tables for product testing and two Genius Bars for technical support. In a nod to commuters, it is offering 15-minute express classes on Apple products.