New Apple Park Drone Footage Reveals Nearly Completed Construction Work

Apple Park

Drone videographer Duncan Sinefield has shared new footage of the Apple Park campus, which shows nearly completed landscaping and some other elements of this giant spaceship like complex. It must be noted that the campus is nearly completed, although still some parts of the landscaping is to be finished.

A large bulk of the construction equipment appears to be gone, suggesting that work is nearly complete. The drone footage also gives us a look of the Steve Jobs Theater, which was host to the iPhone X announcement in September last year. The inner part of the campus appears to be complete, with some landscaping incomplete on the outside.

There has been a lot of hype generated around the construction of Apple Park. The company has already opened the Visitor Center for the public, which comprises of an Apple Store, which in addition to selling Apple products, also offers some exclusive merchandise for fans.

We have come across innumerable drone footages over the past year or so detailing the construction progress made on the campus. Although construction is yet to be completed, a large bulk of the Apple workforce has already shifted to the new campus in April last year.

We still don’t have a precise timeframe for the completion of the landscaping on the campus. But given that most of the construction equipment is no longer available on the campus, it can be speculated that the work will be concluded over the next month or so.

[Via YouTube]