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Tokyo Apple Store opens iPod Bar

imageApple’s flagship retail store in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district recently opened up an iPod Bar. Similar to the Genius Bars at Apple Stores, the iPod Bar offers customers iPod help and technical support at a friendly walk-up bar area. Gadget blog Gizmodo has photos of the new iPod Bar and comments: “I imagine the iPod Bar staff are basically logo-t-shirted, restart-button-combination-pushing monkeys, since most common iPod problems (frozen/won’t turn on, etc.) can be fixed in this way apart from serious hardware-related problems.”

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Comments

1

There’s been an iPod bar at the SoHo store for at least a few weeks now.

Posted by Paul Sahner on November 29, 2005 at 11:59 AM (PDT)

2

That looks awfully similar to engadget’s logo, doesn’t it?

Posted by Dan (papayaninja) on November 29, 2005 at 1:29 PM (PDT)

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