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Have been meaning to get to it, but busy. Was curious what the new mods were. The glass plates outside IIRC were segments of square plates I think, now they're just columns. The elevator is not completely see through, but in a silver cylinder. Now all this could be wrong, my memory is not good, that's all I'm going on.

This is definitely right though. The stairs before the renovation were glass - SLIPPERY. Now they're metal and beveled or whatever, there are notches in it to make it way less slippery. I dunno what this has to do with Apple technology wise, but it is the Apple store. Below is a photo. I took this to compare my iPhone's camera to the new model. I didn't sit down on anything though because there were bedbugs found like a month or two ago and they had to close down. Taking no chances. Not that that would have helped much.

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