New Apple Park Drone Footage Shows The Campus' Appearance In Late Fall

After a few months of wait, the drone video producer Duncan Sinfield shared the Apple Park aerial footage again, this time is the Thanksgiving special. Compared with the midsummer season, the appearance of the Apple Park in the late fall has a different flavor and a more layered color, perhaps because it's the season that leaves fall from the tree, and begins to turn into red or yellow.

Speaking to Apple Park, the Steve Jobs Theater inside of the big campus just got the 'Structural Art Engineering Award' for advance in structural glass technology. The Theater is located on one of the highest points in Apple Park, overlooking the landscaping and main spaceship building. It gives us a impression that there is only the glass between the floor and ceiling.

One of the biggest highlights in the Apple Park is the Landscaping, the entire campus is fulfilled with grassland and more than 9,000 local drought-resistant trees, make it truly a place to show that Apple is strongly-focused on environment. Yes, it's also powered by 100% renewable energy, with 17 megawatts of rooftop solar energy, the $5 billion campus runs one of the world's largest on-site solar installations.

So far, the headquarter hosted two Apple events, the first media event was in September 2017, where Apple unveiled products such as iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K. This year's September event was also held here, where the company launched new products such as iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and Apple Watch Series 4.
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