Apple Stores Renovated, Paper Signs Replaced With iPads

Unconfirmed reports have revealed that Apple will soon launch the renovated design of its Apple Store retail outlets, internally referred to as the “Apple Store 2.0”.

It has been a while since Apple started with the renovating process of its retail store experience, led by the company’s senior vice president of retail Ron Johnson, design chief Jony Ive and CEO Steve Jobs, reports 9 to 5 Mac.

The information was provided to them by an unnamed source, presumably someone with access to the company’s retail group plans.

Rumors are that, “Apple Store 2.0”, once it is unveiled, will prove to be far more interactive in nature than the current Apple Store outlets.

It is likely to feature a dedicated service which will allow direct interactions between Apple employees and consumers for providing the latter help on demand to get started with new Apple products such as the iPad or iPhone.

Paper signs next to displays are going to be replaced with iPads that will allow customers to learn about the device on display and get a taste of one of Apple's signature products.

These changes come as Apple celebrates ten years since opening its first Apple Store.