Man Arrested On Site Of Apple 2 Campus

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Apple's forthcoming Campus 2 is set to become Silicon Valley's most envy-inducing headquarters: the kind of futuristic home base that belongs in a James Bond movie.With work progressing nicely, en route to a 2016 opening, we thought the time was right to look at some of the (fictional) headquarters it will be competing against for title of best secret lair of all time.Scroll through our gallery to take a look at some of our other picks. You never know when Tim Cook will decide to incorporate an underground cave or shark tank into Apple's new home...

Apple's forthcoming Campus 2 is set to become Silicon Valley's most envy-inducing headquarters: the kind of futuristic home base that belongs in a James Bond movie.

With work progressing nicely, en route to a 2016 opening, we thought the time was right to look at some of the (fictional) headquarters it will be competing against for title of best secret lair of all time.

Scroll through our gallery to take a look at some of our other picks. You never know when Tim Cook will decide to incorporate an underground cave or shark tank into Apple's new home...


Most people are excited about the new Apple 2 campus because of what will come out of it in the form of next gen products.

56-year old Glenn Cartwright is more enthusiastic about its copper pipes and wiring.

Cupertino sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the Apple 2 site at around 9.30pm on Saturday — responding to reports of a burglary in progress.

Apple security had noticed a gate to the fenced-off former Hewlett-Packard office site was open around two hours after they had last checked that it was closed.

Deputies called for a sheriff’s department helicopter to fly overhead, and enlisted additional help from the city of Santa Clara’s K-9 unit to assist in searching the property.

A police dog later located Cartwright, at which point he was arrested and booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail.

He was later released on $11,000 bail.

Source: SF Bay Area