Ahead of today's WWDC 2018 keynote, drone pilots and videographers Duncan Sinfield and Matthew Roberts both posted their birds-eye footage of the new Apple Park headquarters.
Apple Campus 2
We reported recently on the issue Apple has been having at their new HQ where employees haphazardly walk into the glass walls. Now thanks to the San Fransisco Chronicle, we have the 911 transcripts.
Apple will be opening two new "AC Wellness" clinics to provide health services for its employees, as well as their families. A scant AC Wellness website is now available with a "Coming Soon" banner, as well as a list of career openings.
A (somewhat comical) report out of Time today is shedding light on an issue at Apple's new HQ; employees keep walking into the glass walls.
The first drone footage of Apple Park in 2018 shows off the updated campus and landscaping as the project nears completion.
Videographer Matthew Roberts earlier in the month took his DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone to the skies to document the latest construction progress at the new Apple Park headquarters as Apple's self-imposed 2018 completion date nears.
Two weeks after drone pilot Matthew Roberts released his birds-eye video of Apple's massive new headquarters, fellow aerial videographer Duncan Sinfield is out with an update of his own.
Drone pilot Matthew Roberts on Tuesday uploaded new 4K drone footage of Apple Park construction progress to his YouTube channel, visualizing the finishing touches Apple's been putting in place on buildings and outdoor areas.
The Apple Park Visitor Center will officially open to the public next Friday, November 17, according to a “Hello” sign posted at the building that was shared on Twitter last evening.
Monday, videographer and drone pilot Matthew Roberts published on his YouTube channel a brand new drone flyover of Apple Park in crisp 4K resolution, providing an interesting glimpse into construction work on the new outdoor basketball and tennis courts at the campus.
Drone pilot and videographer Duncan Sinfield yesterday released a new birds-eye video of Apple Park construction progress via his YouTube channel, showing off the completed Steve Jobs Theater ahead of the landmark iPhone 8 event next Tuesday.
It's official! Apple has sent out press invitations for its first-ever event to be held at the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple Campus 2. As usual the event is on a Tuesday, September 12, and it's scheduled to start at 10:00 am (PST).
The invites don't say specifically what will be announced, but the consensus is that Apple will use the stage to unveil next-generation iPhones. Most of the rumor mill evidence thus far has pointed to an all-new iPhone 8, with an edge-to-edge OLED display, wireless charging and 3D face scanning, as well as more tame iPhone 7s and 7s Plus handsets.
In addition to the new smartphones, Apple is also expected to announce a third-generation Apple Watch with possible LTE connectivity, and a new Apple TV with support for 4K and HDR content.
Apple has confirmed that it will be live-streaming the event, but as always you are welcome to join us here at iDB on September 12, as we will be covering all of the major and subsequent announcements as they happen.