Naked Cube Store

Skads of rats.

Apple’s cube is being revealed tomorrow. We were going to station a reporter inside and get awesome liveblogging coverage of all the subterranean delights (as the cube is merely the entranceway to an underground Apple lair).

Then some members of the press got a sneak peak today and shouted it out to Gothamist. We knew we should’ve kept that lil card snugged inside the brim of our fedora.

There’s more pix here

The store will be open 265/24/7 and will provide the blueprint for future Apple meccas, the next of which is slated for Freehold, NJ, aka, the capital of cool.

UPDATE: In case there’s any confusion, we are not liveblogging the store opening. It’s already been scooped. Go turn on your TV, we’re sure it’s there somewhere.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    365/24/7? or will it really be closed 100 days out of the year?

  2. homerjay says:

    I wonder if there’s an elevator hidden somewhere or if they expect the handicapped to navigate their wheelchairs down those stairs.

  3. Ben Popken says:

    There is an elevator right there in the middle attached to the staircase.

  4. homerjay says:

    looking at this pic as the most descriptive pic of the staircase, I STILL don’t see it.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/neps/148827626/in/set-7205759

  5. Ben Popken says:

    It’s the tube around which the staircase wraps. All glass, so you know, kinda hard to discern.

  6. homerjay says:

    Oh I think I get it now…. Thats mighty cool.

    Still, I’d hate to be the guy that has to clean all the pigeon crap off the roof!

  7. Paul D says:

    You all, of course, realize you’re getting excited over a building, right?

    OMG, did you know Steve Jobs took a wet crap today?
    Can we get some pictures of that please?

  8. WMeredith says:

    Everyone can take a crap. That building, on the other hand is pretty cool, when’s the last time you built one of those?

  9. Transuranic says:

    Rejecting pleas to enter an iStore in a mall, after an afternoon of bong-and-telly, a friend: “unnngh, no, there’s too much future in there”