Apple Fashion Valley in San Diego


Apple Fashion Valley can be found near San Diego at 7007 Friars Rd and provides an ideal shopping environment.

Reports by KGTV indicate two separate robberies at Apple Store locations around San Diego are related, with thieves using knives to cut anti-theft cables on display devices at Westfield UTC Mall in La Jolla and Fashion Valley Mall within 30 minutes of each other early Friday morning.


Apple, the leader of the personal computer revolution since 1977, ignited it again in the 2000s through their revolutionary iPhone mobile phone, iPod portable music player, iTunes online music store, and Mac OS X operating system. Apple remains at the forefront of innovation with award-winning desktop and notebook computers, iPod portable media players, Mac OS X operating system, iLife professional applications, and software and online services. Apple Stores provide Genius Bar technical support and free workshops, such as those at Fashion Valley Mall (7007 Friars Rd, San Diego, CA 92108) and nearby locations like San Diego Zoo and Sunset Cliffs Natural Park. Apple also boasts three other store locations within 20 miles.


Apple stores offer more than just products — they’re also great places to learn how to use them! Daily workshops give customers an easy way to maximize the use of their new hardware or software purchases. Most stores feature a Genius Bar where customers can get technical support or drop in for advice – Apple Fashion Valley in Fashion Valley Mall’s lower level is located directly across from Banana Republic; opening times range between 10 am and 9 pm on weekdays and 11 am to 7 pm during weekends.

Getting There

Fashion Valley Apple store can be found at 7007 Friars Road in San Diego. To reach it by car, take State Route 163 westbound until Friars Road before turning right and heading west along Friars. When arriving at Fashion Valley Mall, take right on Friars until Bloomingdale’s wing, where the Apple store can be found across from the Coach store.

Rallies are being held Tuesday nationwide, including this one in Mission Valley, to show support for Apple’s refusal to help the FBI access Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone after his involvement in killing 14 people at San Bernardino. To avoid crowds and avoid getting stuck behind in traffic jams, we advise arriving before 5:30 pm; check Moovit for routes and times – their app or website offers free downloads if desired!