New Set Of Photos Revealed Inside Steve Jobs Theater's Leather Seats Equipped With Power Outlets

About one week ago, Apple officially send out invite to media, that its annual Sept special event will be held at Apple Park's Steve Jobs Theater. By then, the audience in addition to view amazing new products, but also enjoying a single leather seats that said to cost up to $14,000. Giammarco Nesci, have tweeted photos on Twitter, shows contractors unboxing and installing custom leather seating.

Upon closer inspection, the bench seats appear to contain hidden wiring, perhaps integrated into what looks to be foldable armrests. While not confirmed, the photo suggests Apple built power outlets into the chairs so audience members can juice up their laptops and other devices during presentations.

Nesci later posted a separate image showing construction on the large circular glass cylinder that crowns the underground auditorium. A much closer view than has been provided in past drone video shots, the photo reveals ceiling panels with recessed downlighting similar to the design used in Apple stores.

Among the other areas of Apple Park have yet to be completed, mostly are landscaping, Apple has starts to heat up construction on Steve Jobs Theater ahead of its Sept. 12 special event. The structure sports a unique freestanding glass foyer and all the trappings one would expect from the world's most valuable tech company. For example, the building's elevators rotate as they rise and lower, allowing passengers to enter in one direction and exit facing another.

Via AppleInsider

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