“One month after his last drone flyover of Apple’s under construction Apple Campus 2 site, Matthew Roberts has sent over an update for July that gives an up-close look at progress in recent weeks,” Jordan Kahn reports for 9to5Mac.

“In the video, we see Apple is making rapid progress towards reaching its goal of completing construction by the end of the year,” Kahn reports. “As for the main circular building on the site, Apple has rapidly made progress on the installation of solar panels and fuel cells.”

Kahn reports, “Earlier this year, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that Apple was still on track to have the site ready in time for early next year, at which time it will begin moving in around 13,000 of its employees. It’s also planning to start hosting events and product unveilings at its new underground Apple Theater.”

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