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iPacking District: The Plywood is Down in MePa

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The plywood encasing the largest Apple Store in the world has finally been torn down, and now passersby can take a gander at the place's gigantic, three-story glass staircase (first revealed here, obviously). The boys at Gizmodo got their hands on some video filmed from outside the store through the window which shows tables and cashwraps all set up and ready to go. It's very doubtful that you'll see the store looking that immaculate ever again.
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