Pentagon 2.0? No its just Apple’s massive ‘Spaceship’ building that is nearly complete. (Photo Courtesy of Apple Video)
The iPhone may be the most profitable and headline grabbing product for Apple in the last 9 years, but right now the attention is all on their iDrone.
Tech giant Apple has showed off the construction of its new spaceship shaped headquarters by flying over it using a camera-mounted drone.
The footage shows the finishing touches being put on the company’s Campus 2, scheduled to open in 2017.
The drone weaves its way through the construction site to show hundreds of curved glass panels and solar panels on the roof.
Tim Cook discusses multiple topics in front of crowd. (Photo Courtesy of Apple Video)
Campus 2, located in Cupertino, California, will also have a theater that will seat 1,000 visitors for Apple product launches.
The campus, which will cost about $5 billion, is being designed by architect Norman Foster, who has been working alongside Apple’s chief design officer Sir Jony Ive.
Once complete, Campus 2 will house 13,000 Apple staff across 2.8 million square feet. Two car parks will hold 11,000 vehicles.
Yeah, its pretty sweet isn’t it.
Watch the full video below: