If you’re anything like me, you love technology. And what’s the heart of technology without Apple? For over three years, Apple has been teasing the world with its iSpaceship office. Well, now, it’s finally out in the open.
A couple of drone pilots, Matthew Roberts and Duncan Seinfield, have captured an ariel view of the spaceship-like campus and it’s got us all excited.
With walkways, parking lots and the finishing touches in progress, the building is almost ready for the grand opening. From what we can see, it looks like the new Apple office will include an indoor fountain as well.
Almost 70 percent of the solar panels are all done, and the research and development unit seems to be coming up well, too. The building is surrounded by walkways hosting plenty of light poles and there’s also the underground auditorium — the future of all Apple conferences.
Though the last month’s storm has left its mark on the construction area, it looks like Apple is charging through. The 280,000 sq.feet-facility can accommodate more than 13,000 employees, apart from the R&D unit.
By the looks of it, it looks like Apple will unveil iPhone 8 from the iSpaceship. Fingers crossed.