Apple likes to hire people who are progressive and like-minded. So the relationships you make with the people on the floor with you are genuine. That being said though, management can be frustrating. It's a company that says it cares for their people, but there's been plenty of times where any innovative ideas were passed up, and then months down the line those same ideas are being implemented without so much as a thank you. They rely on umbrella policies far too often, rather than judging situations on a person-to-person basis. This also leads to a lot of micromanagement. The store can be absolutely dead, and you'll still get a manager breathing down your neck saying that you need to check-in with the one person in the store even though about 4 other specialists already have.
Genuine connections with the people you work with