Apple's New Chicago Store Looks Like a Giant MacBook

The iPhone maker's Chicago flagship is larger than life.
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Apple recently put the finishing touches on its new store in downtown Chicago, donning its roof with a massive Apple logo. And that step made the shop resemble a giant MacBook.

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The new store, which will be a relocation of Apple’s original flagship in Chicago, is designed by London-based architecture firm Foster+Partners and its construction started in 2015. The new 20,000-square-foot building is almost finished, featuring all-glass walls and views overlooking the Chicago River.

But the hands-down best part of Apple’s new store is its resemblance to a MacBook. Unfortunately, people only got a quick glimpse of the roof -- the Apple logo was only up for less than an hour before construction crews removed it.

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That didn’t stop at least one onlooker from snapping a picture though. Here’s a glimpse of the larger-than-life Macbook Apple store.

Edition: July 2017

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