Apple Park drone footage has been coming in thick and fast recently, and the latest flyover tour shared on Youtube by Duncan Sinfield shows how quickly Apple’s new 175 acre campus in Cupertino is developing, yet at the same time demonstrating just how much work needs to be done before the site is fully operational.
As seen in the tour the campus is still looking very much like a construction site, with heavy machinery visible in and around the “spaceship”. Landscaping everywhere on the campus has been expanding over the past few weeks, so much so that Apple has caused tree shortages for other companies in the area.
Apple officially named their new headquarters, Apple Park, back in February as well as dedicating their 1,000-seat auditorium which will be the host of future Apple product launches the Steve Jobs Theatre as a tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Apple Park will run on 100% renewable energy and be home to the world’s largest panels of curved glass that are being installed to the 2.8 million-square-foot main building. The 12,000 staff members moving to the campus over the next six months will enjoy a 100,000 square foot fitness centre, with members of the public able to view the headquarters through Apple’s public visitors centre which includes a cafe and Apple Store.
The campus Steve envisioned will be known as Apple Park, and its theater will bear his name. https://t.co/O0BEOdncDq
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) February 22, 2017