New drone video footage shows Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park site

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Date: Monday, June 26th, 2017, 05:36
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The lights are beginning to come on and employees are beginning to move in at the new Steve Jobs Theater over at the new Apple Park.

Drone videographer Duncan Sinfield has posted a new video on his YouTube channel today, giving viewers a fresh look at Apple Park as a small number of employees begin settling into the campus and more buildings take shape.

Now, Sinfield’s late June 2017 update provides a glimpse into Apple’s ongoing construction progress at Apple Park, including a noticeable progression in the number of trees and other pieces of greenery within the “spaceship” building’s circular courtyard. Early on in the video, viewers can also catch a shot of the main atrium of Apple Park, with its floor-to-ceiling glass doors that originally began to take shape in November 2016.


The new drone footage also offers one of the best looks yet at the Steve Jobs Theater, colette with a 360-degree view of the new Apple Park site. On two sides of the lobby, spiraling stairs lead downward to the underground auditorium where Apple will host future events.

In last month’s drone video update, provided by Matthew Roberts, the Steve Jobs Theater still had multiple window coverings and construction equipment housed inside, so Apple is making fast progress on the building. The company has yet to confirm when the auditorium will officially open, but it’s expected to sometime later in the fall.

The Steve Jobs Theater features the world’s largest freestanding carbon-fiber roof, and occupies the top of a hill at one of the highest points on the 175-acre site. When the theater was named CEO Tim Cook commemorated Jobs and the new Steve Jobs Theater by saying, “Steve‚Äôs vision for Apple stretched far beyond his time with us. He intended Apple Park to be the home of innovation for generations to come.”

Take a gander, see what you think and please let us know what’s on your mind in the comments.



Via MacRumors

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