Apple has continued its Australian expansion with a new addition to its retail chain in Victoria.
Following the launch of a Queensland store in Robina Town Center earlier this month, a new Doncaster outlet is slated to open May 23. This is the vendor’s second outlet in the state - the other is in Chadstone - and brings the national store count to five. The first retail outlet opened its doors in Sydney in June 2008.
In a statement, Apple said the impending store will allow customers to trial its entire product line including the new MacBook family and iPhone 3G.
Apple reseller, Maccentric, also unveiled a new store in Sydney, Miranda this month and announced plans to upgrade its Warringah Mall location.
Other resellers have been finding it tough to cope under market conditions, with WA-based Digilife appointing receivers in March.