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A new Apple Store is set to open in the Hunan Province in China, dubbed Apple Changsha.
There is currently no word on when the store will open as the official page simply lists that it is "coming soon." The page does feature a statement about the store's mission, but translations do it no justice, with it reading "Apple Changsha welcomes all kinds of whimsical ideas to let go of their hands and feet and break out of their own world."
Visitors can download the splash image as a wallpaper for the iPad, iPhone, and Mac.
The store will be located in the Furong District of Changsha City in the Changsha Guojin Center.
A few images of the store have been shared by Storeteller on Twitter and Weibo.
Despite the impact of the coronavirus on retail, Apple has announced that it will continue to open new physical Apple Store locations.
Apple recently opened its 17th Apple Store in Italy, Apple Via del Corso, which is located in Rome's Palazzo Marignoli.