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Apple to reopen stores in Arizona, California & Virginia on Sept. 24, replace Birmingham UK outlet

Apple is set to reopen four U.S. stores on Sept. 24, scattered across the states of Arizona, California, and Virginia. On the same date, the company will open a new outlet in Birmingham, England, replacing an earlier location.

The updated U.S. shops include Arrowhead Towne Center in Glendale, Ariz., Clarendon in Arlington, Va., and finally Brea Mall and Stoneridge, located in the California towns of Brea and Pleasanton.

All four of U.S. locations are due to relaunch at 10 a.m. local time, and should use company's latest design aesthetic, with touches like wooden shelving, large glass doors, and oversized video displays.

Clarendon is notably one of Apple's oldest stores, dating back to 2001, and has sat virtually unchanged on the outside since then. The Arrowhead, Brea Mall, and Stoneridge outlets are relocating to new spots within their respective malls —the last occupying a nearly 10,000-square-foot space previously home to Abercrombie & Fitch.

The new Birmingham store is opening at 9 a.m. local time at 128 New Street, a six-story building recently abandoned by book retailer Waterstones. In a rare move, the shop will replace Apple's Bullring Shopping Centre location, first established in 2005.

In a related note, Apple's Pentagon City storefront will be closing on Sept. 25 to begin its own renovations.