Posted October 09, 2018 05:05:31 It’s a question that has puzzled Apple for years, and even if the company had the money, it wouldn’t be the easiest thing to do.
But now, at least, the store is set to open its doors to the public, at a time when the company is already under fire for some of the actions taken in recent months.
The Janesburg store is being built as a collaboration between Janesstown Development Corp. and a group called the Janesboro Community Foundation, which has been seeking to get the community to donate $250,000 for the project.
Apple is offering to cover some of those costs if the Janksville Community Foundation meets its goal of raising $250 million to build the store.
But in an interview with ABC News, Janesborough Development Corp.’s Scott Jones said the group has not met its goal yet.
It is a great opportunity for us to bring more people to Janesberg,” Jones said.
The company has not confirmed the details of its deal, but the site of the new store is on the site where Apple’s new headquarters will be built.
It’s not known if the new site will be a large one, or a smaller one, like a grocery store.
The site is also currently being eyed by developers for a parking lot, which would likely be used for a shopping mall.
The store is not the first Apple store to open in Janksburg.
The company has previously opened stores in Jonesville, the city’s former main industrial area, and in the suburbs of Janesbury, where Apple has its headquarters.
The first Apple Store opened in Jagsburg in 2012, and its location was a popular location for locals to get their shopping done, Jones said at the time.
That store has since closed.
The new Apple store is expected to be open by the end of 2018, and will be located at the corner of Rt. 1 and Blythe Avenue.
It will be the third new Apple Stores in Jansburg, and the city will become the fourth in the region.