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Apple’s Confluence store in Lyon, France, which has been closed for renovations since January 2023, is set to reopen soon. According to the official Apple page, the store will be opening its doors soon, although no specific date or further details have been provided.
The Apple Confluence store originally opened its doors in April 2012, and since then, it has remained largely unchanged. However, in January 2023, the store was closed for renovations that were estimated to take about two months. Interestingly, at the time of the closure, Apple’s official store page did not mention the shutdown. Only AppleCare+ customers were notified of the renovation work.
The refurbished Apple Confluence store is expected to feature a new logo and updated interior design, as the store had retained its original design for 11 years. The store spans approximately 13,000 square feet and is one of the most popular destinations for Apple products in Lyon.
During the store’s closure, Apple reportedly redeployed its staff to its other store in Lyon, Apple Part-Dieu, located about four miles away from Confluence. The company has not yet provided a specific reopening date for the store, but it is expected to be soon.
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Apple’s renovation work is part of the company’s efforts to revamp its retail stores across the globe, providing customers with an immersive and innovative shopping experience. As one of the company’s most popular stores in Lyon, the refurbished Confluence store is likely to be a major attraction for Apple enthusiasts and customers.