It's been almost half a year since we've checked in on the progress of Apple's new "spaceship" campus, and a new video created by the folks over at AppleInsider shows that it's going up quickly. Captured with a DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus drone, the footage reveals that most of the major buildings on the campus are already taking shape.
If that 2016 opening date for Apple's new "spaceship" campus was starting to sound a little overambitious, take heart. Judging from a new photo posted to Twitter by KCBS news and traffic reporter Ron Cervi (via MacRumors), the new home base of Apple is quickly starting to take shape.
Remember those days when environmentalists used to jump on Apple all the time for its practices? Those days seem long behind us, indeed, this morning Apple unveiled its "Better" campaign to demonstrate its contributions to making the world a better place — aside, you know, from dependable and intuitive tech. To celebrate the initiative, YouTube's "Unofficially Apple" released a video on YouTube showcasing the environmentally friendly nature of Apple's new campus.
Death comes in many flavors in FTL: Faster Than Light for iPad. Will your crew slowly suffocate from depleted oxygen? Be eviscerated by carnivorous space spiders? Get caught by the heavily armed armada fleet that's always in hot pursuit—or something far worse, perhaps? An unpleasant fate is almost a certainty in this challenging strategy affair, but the push to survive and conquer the obstacles thrown your way with each light jump is where FTL's magic lies.
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.
Sure, Apple has more money than most of us could ever dream of, but that doesn't mean the company can't be frugal when it needs to be. Case in point: They're doing some cost-cutting revisions on the new Campus 2 in Cupertino.
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.
When your company continually grows by leaps and bounds, you gotta have room for all those employees, right? Apple sure thinks so. Due to said growth, Cupertino Mayor Gilbert Wong has mentioned that Apple executives are already in the planning stages for a third Apple campus, after completion of the "spaceship" campus.