“Apple shared some updated photos and information on its spaceship-shaped second campus with employees, which French site MacGeneration managed to get a hold of,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “The photos give a detailed view of the exterior building, and give us one of our first glimpses at its interior.”

“Apple Campus 2 has been in development for more than two years, and is nearing its completion date,” Clover reports. “We’ve seen a series of monthly drone videos cataloguing progress at the site, and as of December, much of the main ring-shaped building is finished, with Apple now working on landscaping.”

“The ceiling of the ring-shaped building is equipped with a series of skylights that will let in natural light, while cutouts in marble walls will house speakers in some areas,” Clover reports. “Close attention has been paid to the smallest of details, and Apple says in just one access tunnel, it’s taken 60 workers five months to lay small tiles on the curved walls.”

Apple Campus 2 interior

Apple Campus 2 interior

 
More info and photos in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: The quicker they can get in there and get comfortable, the better. Only God knows how much this project distracted Apple brass and employees down the line. It could be a contributing reason to why we have such a dearth of Mac updates, no new iPads or even a 4K Apple TV for Christmas.

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]