Apple Park drone flyover shows HQ nearly ready for business | Cult of Mac

Apple Park drone flyover shows HQ nearly ready for business


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Apple Park. They spared no expense.
Photo: Matthew Roberts

Apple’s eagerly-anticipated new Apple Park HQ opens next month, and courtesy of drone photographer Matthew Roberts we’ve got what may turn out to be the final “in construction” drone video for the massive 175-acre campus.

Check it out below.

While there’s still landscaping work to be done, as well as final touches such as finishing placing all the solar panels on the roof and completing the giant pond, it’s pretty clear that Apple Park is more or less ready to open for business. That includes external buildings such as the massive Tantau Avenue parking garage and Steve Jobs Theater.

The transition of the roughly 12,000 employees who will populate the new HQ won’t completely happen for around six months, but from the look of things the R&D building interior is already being kitted out with the appropriate tables, chairs and other office essentials Apple employees will need to actually, you know, work.

Will we continue to receive regular drone videos of the site once it’s officially open for business? We guess we’ll have to wait and see. Maybe Tim Cook will hire an assistant with the sole mission of shooting down UAVs in the vicinity!


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