Here’s a piece of trivia that should surprise no one: Apple designs its storefronts so that the edges of the various elements used in the design are in symmetrically perfect alignment with each other, according to a report by ifoAppleStore.

In designing the recently opened Apple Store on 4th Street in Berkeley, the company’s designers ensured that the glass panes facing outwards and even the edges of the sidewalk were lined up with the floor tiles laid inside the store. This involved tearing apart the existing sidewalk and constructing a new one, which is apparently something the company often does for its retail locations.

4th street storefront aligned 520x296 Apple’s storefronts are designed with painstaking attention to detail

Of course, when you enter an Apple Store, you’re not very likely to pay attention to these minutia, but its sweating over details such as these that gives the stores their iconic look, much like the company’s buttonless glass trackpads and invisible-when-turned-off sleep indicators on Mac notebooks.