Apple 're-programmed' its roof in Chicago that has an ice problem
It's got beautiful glass walls, a roof that looks like an Apple laptop, and is one of "Apple's most significant worldwide retail locations," according to a press release published when it opened in October.
It's also got one big problem: people discovered in late December that icicles tend to hang off of its roof in cold weather, forcing parts of its courtyard to be closed for safety reasons.Unfortunately, Chicago gets a lot of cold weather.
But not to worry! An Apple spokesperson told the Chicago Tribune it should be fixed in a software update:
"The roof has a warming system that's built into it. It needed some fine-tuning and it got re-programmed today. It's hopefully a temporary problem."