Apple Park July 2017 4K drone tour

YouTuber Matthew Roberts has posted “Apple Park July 2017 Drone Tour 4K.”

In the new Ultra HD video, you can see the latest construction changes at Apple Park from a drone’s eye view.

Among the highlights are a closer look at Steve Jobs Theater, The Historic Barn, and The Visitor Center.

When it’s finally fully occupied, Apple Park will house more than 12,000 employees in its central four-storied circular building of approximately 2,800,000 square feet. Other Apple employees will be housed in several outbuildings on the site.

Direct link to video here.

MacDailyNews Take: The Steve Jobs Theater looks like a big button – or exactly what Steve Jobs hated!

What happens when you push The Big Button? Does Apple’s spaceship take off? Do all of Apple Park’s toilets flush?

They should paint the roof bright red and print “Do Not Press” on the sidewalk around it.

Apple's Steve Jobs Theater
The Big Button: Apple’s Steve Jobs Theater

Apple Park June 2017 4K drone tour – May 30, 2017
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TIME Magazine on Apple’s ‘war’ on buttons – March 19, 2009
Steve Jobs hates buttons – July 25, 2007


    1. Yep, home button. Have anything else to gripe about MDN? Seriously, it is just a round building. You could say all kinds of stuff about the main building, too. From space, it probably looks like the Earth’s a$$hole, for instance.

    1. Republicans aren’t against trees. We just don’t see them equal to humans. I applaud Apple for transplanting these trees.

      Republicans aren’t against solar. We just don’t want oil and natural gas taken away while solar is developed and made affordable. We also don’t like the government picking winners and wasting money (I.e. Solyndra who wasted $538B).

      Your post pretty much amounts to… wait for it… fake news.

      1. Solyndra was one company that received money from the stimulus and you would think it was the whole program. It ws not $538 Billion it was $535 million.
        From NPR:
        “Overall, the agency has loaned $34.2 billion to a variety of businesses, under a program designed to speed up development of clean-energy technology. Companies have defaulted on $780 million of that — a loss rate of 2.28 percent. The agency also has collected $810 million in interest payments, putting the program $30 million in the black.”

        A 2.28% loss rate is very good. How many times has Trump or his companies declared bankruptcy?

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