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Apple’s spaceship campus touches down on Apple Maps


Take a Flyover tour of the Apple Park construction site.
Take a Flyover tour of the Apple Park construction site.
Photo: Apple

Apple’s new spaceship campus is set to open to the public in April, but if you can’t make the drive all the way out to Cupertino, you can check out the new site on Apple Maps.

Even though a monthly series of drone videos have given us an up close look at the construction on Apple Park, you can now explore all the details of Apple HQ your own.

A new 3D version of the Apple Park spaceship was added to the Apple Maps app for iOS this week. The photos are a bit behind the current status of the project, but you can get a great sense of the scope of the massive project.

In the latest Flyover view, most of the roof is void of solar panels. Landscaping work can’t be seen either even though it’s already begun in the last few months. New flyover videos show that the campus is ready for staff to move into next month.

Apple announced early this year that 12,000 employees will move into the eco-friendly building between April and June. The company might even host its first event on campus later this month. Recent rumors have claimed new iPads will be revealed at the Steve Jobs Theater in April.

Via: 9to5Mac


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