Drone pilot Matthew Roberts has posted a new video sharing a January 2017 construction update of Apple Campus 2, the iPhone maker’s future headquarters.
The video update, filmed by a DJI Phantom 3 Pro, shows recent rainfall in Cupertino has resulted in water accumulation on the site’s grounds, while landscaping continues around the site, in particularly around the R&D centre, fitness facility and main tunnel.
The auditorium now has windows installed, while the solar roof looks at about 65% complete. Within the ring of the ‘spaceship’, more smaller structures are being built, with the first trees being planted inside. As for the site’s parking lots, workers are already using the facility. The whole campus looks absolutely stunning, so far.
Check out the video below:
To take a look at the other drone updates before January 2017, click here to check them out.