Around about this time last year, I wrote an article on our legacy website about Apple’s new campus under construction recorded by a drone. Now, almost exactly a year later, another piece of drone footage has emerged, showing off Apple’s upcoming campus still in the works. Duncan Sinfield, a Drone videographer, has shared a new video on his YouTube channel, allowing people to get a “late July” bird’s eye view of the state of Apple’s latest asset. The video footage exhibits the landscape surrounding Apple‘s new headquarters in Cupertino, California.
Upon completion, the Apple Park is said to be boasting the fact that it is surrounded by some 9,000 trees, as well as beautiful natural scenery. An arborist who was personally appointed by the late Steve Jobs, is in charge of directing the whole development of Apple’s new campus. The east side of the campus is benefiting from a closed Tantau Avenue, to prevent any vehicle traffic at all and nurture the pace of development. What’s more is that Apple has been reported to have started recruiting new employees last month for its new Visitor Center, featuring an Apple Store complemented by a public cafe.
Are you excited to see what Apple’s new HQ will look like in the end?
Source: | Duncan Sinfield – YouTube |
Via: | MacRumors |
Image: | 9to5Mac |