The newest Apple Store has a seriously cool innovation

An Apple Computer Inc. logo hangs in the center of a clear g
An Apple Computer Inc. logo hangs in the center of a clear glass cube marking the entrance to the new Apple Store in New York, Thursday, May 18, 2006.
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Apple’s newest store in Brussels has a unique innovation, thanks to the company’s design head Jony Ive.

The store, which opened over the weekend, looks clean and elegant. To help ensure there’s no attention drawn to non-Apple products, Ive created a pop-up secret compartment to hold those pesky outlets people need to charge Apple’s iPhones, Watches, iPads and more, according to Tech Insider.

All a person needs to do to unveil the outlets is swipe their hand over the compartment.


Check out a video of the innovation here.

In other Apple news, its retail chief Angela Ahrendts earned the most money out of all female executives in 2014, per Fortune’s Most Powerful Women franchise. Check out the full list here.

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