Tim Cook tweeted his thanks today to the “thousands of Hong Kong customers” who attended the opening of the company’s fourth Apple Store in Hong Kong.

Plans for the store were first announced in 2013, with construction photos first seen in February. Apple announced the opening date on its website a couple of weeks ago. The additional store is part of Apple’s ambitious expansion program in China, having so far opened six of the 25 new stores it plans to open within two years.

Photos of the new store can be seen below … 


The Tsim Sha Tsui Apple Store is located at 100 Canton Road in a high-end retail area in Kowloon. A number of big-name fashion brands have stores in the same area.

Unwire took some photos the night before the opening. We’ve put together a gallery of these below – click on any of the photos to view full size, and check out the complete set over at unwire.hk.

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