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Apple Campus 2: Mid-May 2017 Construction Update [VIDEO]

Today, drone pilot Duncan Sinfield posted a video showing a mid-May 2017 construction update of Apple’s new campus called Apple Park, the future home of the iPhone maker. The video was filmed on May 19th and uses the DJI Inspire 1 Pro with Zenmuse X5. The video shows that the landscaping around the site has...

New 4K Drone Footage Shows Apple Park Progress Over Last 12 Months

Apple's new corporate campus in Cupertino, California, called Apple Park, was scheduled to open to employees in April 2017, but no announcements have been made during that month and we're already deep into May. Now, new drone footage shows the progress that has been made on the Apple Park headquarters facility in the last year...

Apple Park: May 2017 Construction Update [VIDEO]

YouTuber and drone videographer Matthew Roberts has posted a new video to his channel this morning, covering the ongoing process of construction at Apple Park. After Apple officially announced the name for its new headquarters back in February, construction on the site has ramped up rapidly. The solar panel installation on the roof seems to...

Latest Apple Campus 2 Updates Detailed by Drones [VIDEOS]

Apple is currently constructing a new campus, known as Apple Campus 2, not far from its existing one in Cupertino, California. The look of the new building is quite other-worldly — it’s something that seems to be taken straight out of science fiction. A giant, shimmering loop coated in solar panels, it looks breathtakingly impressive and...

Apple Maps Reportedly Using Drones To Compete With Google Maps

Apple is planning on sending out airborne drones in the U.S. to improve data for its Maps application, according to a new report from Bloomberg. In December of last year, Apple Maps passed Google Maps as the most used mapping program on Apple’s iPhones and iPads. Now, the company wants to make its Maps program even […]

Researchers Use Apple Watch to Control a Drone

Engineering students at Taiwan’s National Chung Hsing University demonstrated a clever use of the motion sensors in Apple Watch to interpret hand gestures, enabling them to remotely control real world devices akin to the science fiction fantasy (the Force) depicted in Star Wars. According to a report from Reuters, a group of five researchers, including...