So the Genius Bar idea has been implemented for the longest time already in Apple Stores, at least it feels like that. How else is the world’s most valuable company supposed to improve on itself? Well, it looks like the rumors are true and word has it that a New Jersey Apple Store will be the first in the entire chain that will construct a double-row Genius Bar as Apple works to combat overcrowding in their stores.
The Garden State Plaza Apple Store in New Jersey first opened its doors to the public in 2006, and they will be working on the new arrangement when the store is moved to a larger space which is said to nearly increase the store’s eventual square footage by three times. A couple of Genius Bars aligned parallel to the rear wall is said to enable “360-degree access” to Apple staff. How else do you think that Apple is able to improve on their physical stores? Will overcrowding be an issue in the future, and will tripling it down the road help alleviate future issues as well?Related articles: