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Clarendon Apple Store Closing for Renovations

In two weeks, the always-busy Apple Store in Clarendon (2700 Clarendon Blvd) will close for renovations.

The store will be closed starting Sunday, April 3, according to a sign in the store. An employee was unable to say how long the renovations would take.

That means that customers will only have a couple of days to get a new Apple iPhone SE at the store before it closes. The new smaller, cheaper iPhone was unveiled by the company today.

While the Clarendon store is closed, Apple customers will be able to head to Apple stores in Georgetown, Pentagon City and Tysons Corner.

Update at 9:55 a.m. — Various readers report being told by Apple Store employees that the renovations would take about 6 months to complete.

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