"Hey Siri" support and possibly wireless charging case alongside AirPower charging mat.
Apple to Refurbish Subway Station Adjacent to Future Chicago Store
Over the years, the CTA's building has fallen behind on maintenance. The paint is peeling, the windows are filthy, an electrical sign has dangling wires, and metal framing is rusting. Inside the building and underground, the station features white tile walls and fluorescent lighting, with hallways leading to two narrow platforms underground.
In the agreement approved at an August 19th Chicago Transit Board meeting, in exchange for the improvements the CTA will lease the bus turnaround to Apple at no cost for 10 years, with options on four, five-year extensions. The CTA will also give Apple "first rights of refusal" for naming the station and placing advertising within the station, if the CTA later decides to offer those rights.
Chicago's North/Clybourn Red Line Station, with Bus Turnaround and Apple Store Construction Site Beyond