Apple is building a new flagship store in Chicago and the design is a sight to behold.

Sleek and shiny are two words you can attribute to pretty much all Apple products. Apple's new store in Chicago, near the river by the Michigan Avenue bridge, is no exception. The store will have glass walls and a carbon fiber roof with rounded corners, and a white Apple logo to look just like a MacBook, according to macrumors.com.

My only questions are; will the roof need to be upgraded in two years and will they have to replace the power cord every year?