As we'd previously reported, Apple appears to be preparing to unveil the new 5th Avenue Retail Store for Friday.
MacRumors reader Will submitted this photo which shows construction workers starting to remove part of the white covering from the store's new glass panes.
Apple's $6.6 million renovation started back in June and involved replacing the cube's 90 glass panels (Photo of old design) with a much simpler 15 glass panel design (Artist rendition).
Will reports that today they've torn away much of the white covering along the bottom of the store. This area remains hidden from the street level view due to the surrounding construction barriers. Workers have been power-washing the ground, presumably in preparation for the grand unveiling.
We'll post more photos as we get them, readers can submit photos to us via email.
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Top Rated Comments
yes, the store is underground
What phone would they sell there? HTC? Samsung? Motorola? Nokia? Sony Ericson? Hauwei? LG? Acer? Texas Instruments? Mattell? Fisher Price?
Android is more fragmented than a whole beach worth of sand is.
There's a new android phone released more often than there is a robbery in Compton.
They couldn't have a store.
Yup, those terrible products sure don't sell, and all those silly stores have nothing to do with the stock closing today at $403.07.
Yup, no money left over in Apple's coffers after spending all that money on those stores.
Coming from "androidfan". Ugh...