AT&T showcases 'wireless lifestyle' in Chicago flagship store

AT&T's (NYSE:T) new 10,000-square-foot flagship store on Chicago's Michigan Avenue isn't just intended as a place to sell lots of smartphones. Instead, the company designed the store, which opened Sept. 1, as a showcase for the latest wireless products available today and planned for tomorrow. These photos, taken during a recent media tour of the facility, highlight the store's attempt to bring AT&T's brand to life. Slideshow

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