Store has car doors, new Betas, 89% off lifetime VPN


Doors

Apple may turn its Stores into car showrooms — The massive sliding doors on Apple’s redesigned Union Square San Francisco retail store create a 12.19-metre opening is more than big enough to drive a car through. Sure, it makes for a great open air experience when shopping, but maybe it’s a hint Apple plans to use its new store design to show off its own car.
There’s plenty of space inside the two-story retail flagship to showcase a car, and considering Apple’s obsessive drive to control the retail experience its own stores will be the perfect venue. Seeing the doors in action is pretty cool, and once they’re moving it feels like driving a car into that space is exactly what Apple had in mind. Check out Wired’s video showing the door in motional the link above.

Apple drops new betas for OS X 10.11.6 (and iOS 9.3.3, and tvOS 9.2.2) — Apple has released previews of the next iterations of OS X, iOS, and tvOS, handing out beta versions of its popular desktop, mobile, and set-top box operating systems to registered developers.

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