The iPhone maker Apple has spent more than five years building out its massive “spaceship” headquarters Apple Campus 2 in Cupertino, California. But the campus is finally expected to open up, at least in part, by the beginning of 2017.
While Apple hasn’t shared all of the details about its new campus, it has said just enough for us to know that it will be unlike any other office building in the world.
Aerial photographer and drone pilot Matthew Roberts recently posted a new flyover video of Apple’s new campus in Cupertino, California.
The $5 billion USD construction project is nearing completion as demonstrated by the clip below.
According to Business Insider, a 120,000-square-foot auditorium will be built underneath that huge plot of land located inside the ring.
The campus is still unfinished. Although nearly all the structural work is done, and many of the buildings now have windows, there’s still a lot of landscaping that needs to be done before employees move in early next year.
In this conditions for sure the iPhone 8 will probably be announced in the underground lair buried beneath this Apple’s campus.
What do you think about the video?