Apple’s design chief, Jony Ive, sat down with Wallpaper* to discuss Apple’s newest designs: The iPhone X and their brand new spaceship campus.
Apple Campus 2
Apple today announced that its ‘spaceship’ campus will be formally called as Apple Park. The 175-acre campus will be ready for employees beginning April 2017.
Drones, equipped with cameras, have made it possible to keep tabs on the construction of Apple’s new spaceship campus, or Apple Campus 2, as it progresses towards completion.
A new video shared by Duncan Sinfield shows the rapid pace of construction at Apple’s Campus 2 site. Construction on the campus is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2016, so with less than 6 months, construction at the site is going on at full force.
Apple’s spaceship Campus 2 is expected to open sometime next year, so its no surprise that work at the site is going on in full swing. A video captured through a drone shot by Matthew Roberts provides us with an update on how the work at the site is progressing.
It still needs a lot of work, but Apple’s new Campus 2 is coming along nicely. In the latest drone video below, we get a sneak peek at the progress being made on the Cupertino company’s new HQ, which boasts its own auditorium, fitness center, and more.