Matthew Roberts has shared his latest drone tour of Apple Park, providing a closer look at Apple’s new headquarters as construction wraps up.
There aren’t many notable changes since the July video, but August’s edition reveals further landscaping efforts, including more trees — there will be over 9,000 in total — planted within the inner circle of the main building.
Apple has also begun paving certain areas of Apple Park, including the walkway to Steve Jobs Theater. Many areas of the campus remain covered in dirt, however, so it’s clear there is still a lot of landscaping work to be completed.
Some of Apple’s employees have already moved into the new headquarters, while others like design chief Jony Ive and his team will follow suit later this year. The new campus will eventually house around 12,000 employees.
Apple will still use its Infinite Loop headquarters as an ancillary campus, along with a handful of other offices in the Cupertino and Sunnyvale area.
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Source From: macrumors.com.
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