Latest drone flyover shows Apple’s ‘spaceship’ Campus 2 main structures being constructed

“Following the latest drone flyover video of Apple’s under construction ‘Campus 2’ last month, today we get an up-to-date look at progress over the last several weeks with another 4K video courtesy of Myithz,” Jordan Kahn reports for 9to5Mac.

“The video shows Apple has begun work erecting the structure of the site’s main circular building,” Kahn reports, “as well as structures on the surrounding campus including the parking garage.”

Kahn reports, “Apple’s project schedule shows Apple plans to wrap up earthwork on the project by Q2 this year, while building construction is scheduled to continue until the end of 2016.”

Read more in the full article here.

Related article:
Apple’s ‘spaceship’ Campus 2 construction progress revealed in 4K drone video – January 5, 2015


    1. It is pitiful that we let foreigners like you into our country to denigrate our president. Your name sounds like one of those no account eastern Europeans (communists) that we keep letting in. Go home, you low life.

            1. since MDN’s story is about architecture, it’s notable that The Uffizi was designed by Vasari, coincidentally the painter of “Mutilation Of Uranus By Saturn” depicted in your wikipedia link and the beloved author of “Lives Of The Artists.”

              However, there’s nothing more dramatic than having Maestro Goya himself illustrating a point on a tech blog. 🙂

  1. I wonder if any of the 15,000 employees at the iHole will be tasked to fix the IMAP email fail. Or maybe someone at the 1,000,000 sf sapphire shell ‘command center’

    1. I think at this point it IS a fail for Apple to have not fixed it, if anyone still suffers from it. But keep in mind that the ENTIRE problem is Google’s fault. Google screwed up their ‘IMAP’ implementation by not following the standard. Not Apple’s fault.

  2. Good video. Thanks. Especially like the shot of all the houses, then turning to show the ship, really puts the scale of it into perspective. Hopefully soon we’ll get some lower flying videos where we can actually snoop inside the building soon. Again, good job.

  3. Looks like the pilot assiduously kept the drone out of the Apple property’s airspace. In earlier vids he flew right over the construction area. I’d like to know the backstory of that decision. A recent visit from Apple attorneys or the local law?

Reader Feedback

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.