New video shows Apple's 'spaceship' campus almost ready
A view of Apple Park captured by drone videographer Duncan Sinfield. Photograph: (Others)
Before Apple officially opens gates of its brand new 'spaceship' campus later this year, a new drone footage has surfaced showcasing the progress within the spaceship ring. The new video highlights the final touches being given to the 175-acre Apple Park, such as landscaping.
If media reports are to be believed, Apple’s new campus will be surrounded by around 9,000 trees and will house up to 14,200 employees.
This latest video of Apple’s new campus has been shot by drone videographer Duncan Sinfield.
Apple, undoubtedly, has been paying a lot of attention to even smallest details of the sprawling new headquarters in Cupertino, California. From the arrangement of electrical wiring to the finish of a hidden pipe, no aspect of the 2.8 million-square-foot main building has been too small to attract scrutiny.
Apple has not revealed the total price tag, but former project managers estimate it at about $5 billion - a figure CEO Tim Cook did not dispute in a 2015 TV interview. More than $1 billion was allocated for the interior of the main building alone, according to a former construction manager.