Up until now, we have only seen renderings and above-ground images of Apple Park’s Steve Jobs Theater. Thanks to a tipster on Twitter, some images of the theater’s interior, which is still under construction, have been posted online.
Interested to see how Apple handles exhibit space. Typically it's hidden prior to event. Not clear how people enter w/o passing through it. pic.twitter.com/8aJg7BSx0O
— Neil Cybart (@neilcybart) August 28, 2017
The 1,000-seat theater sits outside of Apple Park’s main ring on a hill that overlooks the main campus. Since it sits mostly underground, what the theatre looks like inside has largely remained a mystery.
Granted, with everything covered in plastic and things like temporary railings in place, it’s hard to tell what the final product will look like.
The Steve Jobs Theater will be ready for the iPhone 8 event that Apple is holding on September 12. While iPhone launches are always hot tickets, the Steve Jobs Theater reportedly has way fewer seats than the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, where the event has been held in the past.