The Apple Store in Georgetown opened its doors at 5pm on Friday evening, and we decided to stop by and see if the store lived up to the much-anticipated hype. We snapped a lot of photos, which are displayed below:
The line to get in stretched down Wisconsin Avenue and around M Street.
Apple employees greeting customers.
The crowds inside.
A couple checks out the latest apps.
The back area of the store (all white) was also the least crowded.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/first_look_the_apple_store_in_georgetown/2184.
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