In 2012, Apple opened a store in another historic European location: the Hirsch Building in Amsterdam's Leidseplein Square.
Apple Store Ginza Tokyo Japan
Apple Opera Store in Paris France
The products and demonstration areas take up two stories underground.
In Beijing's Sanlitun district, a large stainless-steel structure makes an imposing impression.
The store on New York's Fifth Avenue consists of a 32-foot glass cube that's entirely self-supporting. A glass staircase leads into the store below.
Apple opened its first store in the southern hemisphere in 2008, a three-story shop located in the middle of Sydney's shopping district. The story has Apple's trademark glass front, and light spills out onto the street.
The recently opened store in Istanbul is the first location designed by Norman Foster. It's recessed into the ground and looks a lot like a MacBook from above.
In Berlin, Apple installed a store in an opera house that dates back to 1913. The walls are made of limestone from a local quarry, and thick German oak tables display the latest products.
Apple opened a location in London's popular Covent Garden district in 2010. At three stories tall, it's one of the biggest Apple stores in the world, and it employs 300 people.