Apple blames software not design for Chicago store

Apple.jpg The Michigan Avenue store, which opened in late October 2017, initially wowed with its Foster + Partners design. Apple spokesman Nick Leahy told The Chicago Tribune last week that the building’s architects, from the London-based Foster+Partners, had designed the store to be snow-friendly. “The roof has a warming system that’s built into it,” said Leahy.

Opened to press for the first time at the iPhone X event in September last year, the launch was held in the new Steve Jobs Theater which also has expansive glass walls, a flat roof, and no obvious drainage.

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