Apple Campus

Video Shows Apple’s ‘Spaceship’ Campus Get Built in One Minute

Finishing touches are being put on Apple’s $5 billion ‘Spaceship’ campus, which has now officially been named the Apple Park. With a total area of 175 acres, it will house around 12,000 Apple employees. According to Apple, the 2.8 million-square-foot main building is made with "the world’s largest panels of curved glass”, and that Apple Park will feature "9,000...

How this Apple Campus 2 Drone Pilot Films Monthly Updates

The construction of Apple Campus 2 is monitored closely (literally) by a handful of drone owners. Yesterday we posted a video filmed and edited by Matthew Roberts revealing the progress the iPhone maker has made with its massive construction project. In an email sent to iPhone in Canada another YouTuber, Duncan Sinfield, shared his own...

Renders of New Apple Campus 2 Areas Revealed for the First Time

Following the drone video update on Apple Campus 2 showing how the construction is progressing, the Silicon Valley Business Journal has uncovered how Apple is paying attention to every detail of the construction, even to the less glamorous accessories and outbuildings. Apple is seeking architectural review for two small reception buildings, a couple of outdoor...

Latest Aerial Pics of Apple’s Spaceship Campus 2 [PHOTOS]

The folks over at Apple Toolbox have been publishing periodic updates of construction progress on Apple’s Campus 2 in the form of aerial pics over the past few months. Today, they have shared more aerial photos of the site, clearly showing how the spaceship-like Apple HQ is shaping up.  Earlier aerial pics of the construction...

New Aerial Pics of Apple’s Spaceship HQ Show Rapid Progress

Construction on Apple Campus 2 a.k.a the ‘spaceship’ project is well underway and is expected to reach completion in mid 2016. As evident from the latest aerial photos captured by AppleToolbox, construction at Apple’s campus is progressing rapidly and that walls have also been erected around the perimeter of the building.  Previously taken aerial shots of the site showed...

Apple to Occupy a 7-Building Campus in Sunnyvale

According to a report by San Jose Mercury News, city documents and commercial property sources reveal that Apple is all set to lease a seven-building campus in Sunnyvale, where it will move around 1,500 of its employees. City records also show that building permit applications have already been filed for the seven buildings in the campus, which is...