New drone video shows Apple’s massive new spaceship campus topping off

“Apple’s new headquarters is no simple office building,” Dante D’Orazio reports for The Verge.

“Yes, it looks like a UFO,” D’Orazio reports. “And, yes, it is estimated to cost close to $5 billion dollars.”

“Just a few months ago, the buildings appeared to be in little more than their primordial stage,” D’Orazio reports. “Now, the latest aerial drone video of the Cupertino, CA, campus shows that glass and solar panels are starting to be put in place, and buildings look to be topped off.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Wonder if they’ll be able to get in this year or have to wait until 2017?


  1. I feel very uneasy about these drone videos. It’s interesting to see, but I don’t think it should be allowed, there’s safety and privacy issues galore with them.

      1. It would be in so much as helicopters are subject to greater regulation of use and you can’t just walk in off the street and fly a helicopter, whereas with drones any idiot can get one.

    1. I tend to agree with you, except that birds, being life forms, aren’t regulated, but powered flight is. Also, military drones have a high kill ratio compared with birds. Unless, of course, one cites Daphne Du Maurier’s 1952 book The Apple Tree which contains the novelette The Birds, chillingly brought to the silver screen in 1963 by Alfred Hitchcock. All poppycock, of course, as Mother Nature couldn’t possibly rebel against humanity’s abuse of Her, right? We wish.

Reader Feedback

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