Yesterday, Apple held a concert for the formal opening of the Apple Park as well as to remember Steve Jobs. The event was attended by thousands of Apple employees with Lady Gaga performing at the concert.
Apple has not really been forthcoming about the construction work at Apple Park Campus, but thanks to drone videographer Duncan Sinfield and his regular drone footage, we were regularly updated about the campus.
The Apple Park is one of the modern architectural marvels, and is one of the most sought after workplaces in the industry. However, a new report from Bloomberg talks about how the interior architecture of the campus might be a little too simplistic for its employees.
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.
When Apple Park went into construction back in 2013, Apple estimated to complete the campus by 2017. With the date now pretty much gone, the company is looking for an early 2018 opening. Although most of its workforce has shifted to the new spaceship complex, construction work at the campus is still not completely finished. Drone videographer, Matthew Roberts has shared multiple videos on YouTube showing the construction progress of Apple’s newest campus.
Apple Park has been under construction for quite some time, but the date of its completion is nearing.
Apple Park will open its Visitor Center to the public from November 17. Apple has invited all its employees and residents of Cupertino for the grand opening as well.
A new drone footage shared by Matthew Roberts has revealed the construction progress made at the Apple Park campus. The footage shows that the work is nearly complete, with landscaping currently ongoing. Paths and pavements are going to be laid out to connect employees between key areas of the campus.
Apple is expected to host the much awaited iPhone 8 launch event at the Steve Jobs Theater, just outside the Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California. New drone footage uploaded to YouTube by drone pilot Duncan Sinfield now gives us a very good look of the progress made with the Apple Park’s construction. The video also gives us a glimpse of the Steve Jobs Theater, which appears pretty small from the outside, but is capable of hosting 1,000 people in its underground auditorium.
Apple will be holding the iPhone 8 launch event on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater inside its new campus, the Apple Park. The underground auditorium has a seating capacity of 1,000 which is slightly smaller than a few of the previous auditoriums where Apple had held an iPhone launch event.