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Photos: Clarendon Apple Store Reopens

The Clarendon Apple Store (2700 Clarendon Blvd) has reopened after nearly six months of renovations.

The store first opened in 2001, making it one of Apple’s oldest retail locations. With the renovations, the store is now among the locations sporting Apple’s next generation store design.

The updated look isn’t too radical departure from the previous design. MacBooks, iPads and iPhones are still arranged on large tables for customer to try out; purchases are still made with the assistance of iPhone-toting employees rather than at registers.

One thing noticeably absent: any sign of an Apple logo near the entrance.

The Pentagon City mall Apple Store is up next for a redesign. The store closed on Sunday for several months of renovations.

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