The first Apple Store in Singapore looks set to open in November, according to a construction works plate on the site. The plate says that the anticipated completion date of the additions and alterations to the building is 31st October, suggesting that it is likely to open sometime the following month …

Reader Myles sent us a set of photos showing progress on the building on Orchard Road, seen in the gallery below.

Apple’s retail head Angela Ahrendts last year confirmed that the company would be opening its first Apple Store in Singapore, and the location was first revealed in an email from one of the building’s former tenants. Orchard Road is the main upscale retail location on the island.

We first saw photos of work commencing back in January, while the latest photos show significant work underway on the first to third floors.

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