If you're looking for a piece of Apple history to hang on your walls, you probably can't get much better than two of the rainbow-themed Apple logos that once adorned the company's Cupertino headquarters from 1977 through 1998. And if you happen to have a sizable chunk of change sitting around, we've got some great news — they'll be auctioned on June 4 by British auction house Bonhams.
Much has been written about Apple's forthcoming "Campus 2" project in Cupertino, California, but before that spaceship-style structure can be built, construction crews will have to clear out the former HP campus.
It looks as though Apple's "spaceship campus" is all but ready to take off. As MacRumors reports, today the Cupertino City Council approved the massive project with a unanimous vote after more than six hours of debate and expressions of support. It's been a long time coming, and Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted about the announcement in celebration, calling the new facility "our home for innovation and creativity for decades to come."
It's a slow week for news, as most people took off halfway through the week to prepare themselves for an epic feast of gluttony and deliciousness. But the news marches on and Apple stories are no different. So what did happen? What did we talk about? What are the rumors out there? Let's take a peek.
Looks like it's going to take a little longer than expected for Apple's new spaceship-style campus to touch down in Cupertino now that the iPhone maker has revised its plans and pushed back the completion date.
Back in June, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled plans for a new Apple campus before the Cupertino city council meeting, having described the building appearing "a little like a spaceship landed." Since then, the city has unveiled more details in regard to Apple's plans for building the 2.8 million square-foot circular office building within the city.