You know what would be great right about now? A hill on which to throw myself and hysterically weep.
It’s been years in the making, and now, it’s almost complete. Apple first started working on its brand new offices—officially dubbed Apple Campus 2—back in 2006, when Steve Jobs announced to the Cupertino City Council that Apple was buying a huge swath of land one mile east of the company’s existing facilities. After…
So how does a company spend the hundreds of billions of dollars of cash it has on hand? It builds itself a fancy new headquarters, and the latest drone-shot flyover of Apple’s new HQ reveals the truly immense scale of not just the central spaceship building, but of the entire new campus.
Construction is continuing at pace on Apple’s new campus, and a new 4K drone video shows off the construction work (and Apple’s shiny new hill) like never before.