Apple Reportedly Plans to Open 'World's Largest' Apple Store in Dubai's Mall of the Emirates

Apple Reportedly Plans to Open 'World's Largest' Apple Store in Dubai's Mall of the Emirates

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Apple is reportedly planning to open its biggest store ever in Dubai's Mall of the Emirates, according to EDGAR.

After regional media picked up on UAE-based job advertisements by the Californian company, we have insider knowledge that the Majid Al Futtaim owned mall will become home to Apple’s first flagship in the Middle East. Our undisclosed source said that the store – which will be the biggest Apple has ever built – was originally planned to replace the current cinema complex.

Apple job postings have been spotted for 13 positions in the United Arab Emirates including business managers, store leaders, inventory specialists, technical leads and iTunes interns.

The timing of the listings suggest that Apple could be targeting a Q1 2015 date for the store's opening.

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Apple Reportedly Plans to Open 'World's Largest' Apple Store in Dubai's Mall of the Emirates
Ellen - August 23, 2014 at 9:56pm
Do you have an apple store in Israel? if not, why not? You limit your population of technies. This looks like a political move which I don't think Apple should engage in. I don't need a reason to stop supporting Apple which I have done since 1984.
Luce Bree - August 23, 2014 at 10:42pm
Been away from healthy fruits in your cave I see. Besides what you meant was never cared at all because that was the starting year.
Ellen - August 23, 2014 at 9:56pm
Do you have an apple store in Israel? if not, why not? You limit your population of technies. This looks like a political move which I don't think Apple should engage in. I don't need a reason to stop supporting Apple which I have done since 1984.
Ellen - August 23, 2014 at 9:55pm
Do you have an apple store in Israel? if not, why not? You limit your population of technies. This looks like a political move which I don't think Apple should engage in. I don't need a reason to stop supporting Apple which I have done since 1984.
Ellen - August 23, 2014 at 9:55pm
Do you have an apple store in Israel? if not, why not? You limit your population of technies. This looks like a political move which I don't think Apple should engage in. I don't need a reason to stop supporting Apple which I have done since 1984.
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