I spent time at the Hong Kong store, perfectly located near the Star Ferry terminal.
I was getting specifics on how to use an iPhone 4S while traveling internationally.
In Hong Kong I was hanging out with coaches from mainland China. Most had Apple products. Anyone who’s got money in China has no interest in iFhoney or iPaddy.
• Bloomberg – China Becomes Apple’s Second-Largest Market
… that said, I’m liking this $500 Windows knock-off called the “AirBook“.
You probably heard that world’s largest Apple store just opened in the historic Grand Central Station, New York.
My $1000 original 11-Inch MacBook Air was just voted best laptop in the MacWorld Editors’ Choice Awards. I love it.
If shopping for anything Apple, look first at the refurbished area in the online Apple store. Here’s an iPad 2 with $80 off, for example.