Apple Fitness+, the iPhone maker's first fitness-focused subscription service built around the Apple Watch, is launches next Monday, December 14, the company confirmed today.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is "hopeful" deals will soon be announced that could bring significant tech projects to Raleigh's Research Triangle Park. One of those could be the building of Apple's next United States-based campus. Or Amazon's second campus. Or both, according to WGAL.
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.
After HBO backed out of their lease on a new 128,000 square foot building in Culver City, Apple has stepped in to take it over. The office will most likely be used for Apple's bolstered video efforts that show no sign of slowing down.
The first drone footage of Apple Park in 2018 shows off the updated campus and landscaping as the project nears completion.
Drone footage of iSpaceship site captured by YouTuber Matthew Roberts has impressed us thus far and his latest video is no exception. In addition to showing continuous progress in terms of landscaping and solar panels on the massive flying saucer-shaped building, new videos provide a closer look at an R&D building and an underground auditorium where future events will be held.
YouTubers Duncan Sinfield and Matthew Roberts flew their drones above Apple Campus 2 like they do every month, bringing us breathtaking visual updates of construction progress at the iSpaceship site. Last month, we saw a bird's eye overview of the enormous ring-shaped building facade glowing at night and the month before landscaping work was beginning to show. Their latest footage reveals major landscape changes with large trees sprouting up everywhere around the new campus.