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Apple's new visitor center is now open to the public and dishing out some exclusive swag

Magdalena Petrova
Apple's new visitor center lets people drink coffee, buy exclusive merchandise, and take in the view.

Apple fans finally have a chance to check out the company's new visitor center and, while shopping for swag there, they can sip a fresh cup of coffee ordered on an iPad.

The Apple Park Visitor Center opened on Friday on the company's campus in Cupertino, California. We took a spin through to check it out.

The center is broken up into four sections. The first is a coffee bar where customers can order drinks and snacks through an iPad.

The second section is a store with all the latest gadgets, including the Apple Watch and iPhone. Visitors can also buy exclusive Apple gear, like a T-shirt, baseball cap or even a baby onesie.

The next section of the building holds an 11,000-pound model of Apple Park. Using iPads, visitors can take an augmented reality tour throughout the campus, peering into areas that are usually off-limits to the public.

Finally, visitors can take the stairs to the outside roof terrace and get a real glimpse of the "spaceship" building across the street.