Latest drone video shared today by drone pilot Matthew Roberts it appears that work on Apple Park is nearing completion, and the video shows off recent progress and finishing touches that are being put in place on buildings and outdoor areas. 


The new video features the now-completed Apple Park Visitor's Center, located across the street from the main ring-shaped building. The Visitor's Center, which boasts a huge carbon fiber roof and is made from the same materials that were used for the main building, it publicly opened to visitors last Friday

Inside of the building features an indoor area with a replica of Apple Park that comes to life by using an augmented reality app, a rooftop viewing deck that gives some obscured views of the main campus, a cafe that serves coffee, tea, and snacks, and an Apple Store that sells standard Apple products and other exclusive Apple Park gears.


The aerial footage also highlights more completed landscaping and a newly filled fountain pond within the giant ring. You can see that pogress has been made on the landscaping, with lush grass now planted outside of the cafeteria's enormous glass double doors. Although there’s still few additional landscaping work to be done, especially around the fitness center.


Outdoor food stations are also nearing completion, and the solar panels on the roof of the ring-shaped building have all been installed. Apple Park will run entirely on renewable energy provided by the solar panels on the roof. While much of the campus is complete, there's still some work to be done, and most employees are already moving into Apple Park.

Via MacRumors And 9to5Mac, Image Credit 9TM

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