Apple sells a batch of third-party devices in its store that aren't available anywhere else.
The $40 Play-Doh Touch Shape to Life Studio works only with iOS devices. It brings to life creations you make out of Play-Doh.
Some products from Osmo to teach kids coding are available only at Apple. The Osmo Commerce Game Kit for iPad (not pictured) is one of those, while the Osmo Coding Game Kit for iPad (pictured) can be bought other places, too.
The $130 Lifeprint photo printer lets you print Apple Live Photos, GIFs or Snapchats and then view the video using an iPhone app.
If these exclusive third-party products aren't enough for you, there's always the new Apple coffee-table photo book that costs $199 or $299, depending on the size.
The Roli products are exclusively sold in Apple stores through the holiday season.
Sonos isn't exclusive to Apple, but the company started selling Sonos speakers in its stores for the first time this fall. This speaker costs $199 and comes with three months of free Apple Music.
One special edition of the popular BB-8 Star Wars droid can be bought only from Apple for $199.
The Apple Store in San Francisco's Union Square features the company's revamped design.
Another view of the Apple Store in San Francisco's Union Square.
And one more.