We just mentioned yesterday that Apple was going to be revamping a few of its stores here inside the United States, and here’s another one. The Apple Store in Barton Creek near Austin, Texas is set for a re-opening this weekend, after closing last year. The new store has taken over a place formerly used by Pottery Barn, and will reopen its doors on March 23 at 10am. Just like most of the other revamps across the country, the new store has lots more space, to be used to show off more demo units, run more training sessions, and a larger Genius Bar as well.

As is usual at new Apple Store openings, the first 1000 people to the store on Saturday will get a free tshirt. We’re likely to see at least a few more of these revamps happen around the country as 2013 goes on.

Apple will re-open expanded Texas Apple Store originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 19 Mar 2013 14:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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