This Apple Store in England is Filled With Actual Apples

London's Borough Market has unveiled The Real Apple Store, a giant apple exhibit made to look like an Apple Store.

By now, everyone knows the iconic look of an Apple Store. There's the angular steel, the square shape and the millions of too-expensive computer products. However, a group of artists and fruit enthusiasts in England have taken it upon themselves to design an Apple Store and fill it with actual apples, instead of tablets and phones.

The Real Apple Store is currently on display at the 1,000 year old Borough Market, which predates the iPad by a sweet 995 years. Inside visitors will find over 1,000 varieties of apples, which is a sweet 995 more than the average person has heard of. You can also taste any of them, which is the real boon here. Finally, you can get your mouth around that one variety of apple your dad hasn't stopped talking about since 1977.

Unfortunately, this exhibit will only be installed for a limited time, probably until the apples go rotten.

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