London's Borough Market got creative when it came to finding a way to celebrate its 1,000th anniversary -- it created a real apple store.
The market recreated the tech giant's store design and display perfectly, but instead of selling iPhones and iPads, it offers -- you guessed it -- real apples. The apples rest on a lucite platforms, under which the apple's flavor and history is detailed for the consumer. Never has shopping for fruit been so informative. Forget shoving Granny Smith's into a bag without a second thought -- the Borough Market has elevated the process of grocery shopping to an immersive experience.
So no, the store might not offer any Wi-Fi, but it will leave you with something even more beneficial: a healthy snack!
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