Apple Redesigns Its Online Store After Sudden Blackout

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Apple’s online store now has a new look with some amazing redesigned features, one of which includes a special tab in Apple’s top-level navigation.

The redesign of the site follows a strange outage that took place on Tuesday.

The top of the store contains pictures and links to many Apple product lines, which lead users to new dedicated store pages for various products from Mac to iPhone to AirPods.

The main store page of the shop offers news sections, links to support pages and much more.

The new design is filled with cards and is somewhat reminiscent of Apple’s Store app for iOS

This update does not come with new products and appears to be merely a redesign for Apple’s online store, and the pages for actually purchasing a product seem to be no different than before.

For more information, read the original story in The Verge.

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