We used to rely on creativity and technical chops of drone pilots like Duncan Sinfield to visualize progress at the Apple Park site during its multi-year construction phase. Now that the facility is complete there's no more need for drone videos—however, Duncan yesterday published an interesting flyover of the massive headquarters showing a new event stage erected in the center of the ring-shaped building with a rainbow arch and multiple lights.
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.
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.
Drone pilot Duncan Sinfield today published new birds-eye footage of Apple Park, the iPhone maker's massive new multi-billion dollar headquarters in Cupertino, California.
Drone pilot and videographer Matthew Roberts is back at it, having published his latest 4K flyover footage of Apple Park via his YouTube account this morning.
Aerial videographer Matthew Roberts posted new birds-eye footage of the upcoming Apple Park corporate campus, showing that a visitor center is slowly but surely takin shape.
The historic Glendenning Barn that the company dismembered plank by plank has now been fully reassembled (it's adjacent to a 100,000-square-foot gym for employees).
Among other highlights: a closer look at the 1,000-seat underground Steve Jobs Theater where Apple will host future press and corporate events, additional trees being planted and more.
As for the visitor center, it will include an Apple Store and a cafe open to the public.
As you can see for yourself, a pond inside the ring-shaped structure looks nearly complete. If the large sheet is an indication, Apple may soon fill the pond with water.
Landscaping work will continue for a few months after the offices inside the main building have been completed. Since April, employees have been gradually moving into Apple Park.
Drone pilot Duncan Sinfield last Saturday published new aerial footage of the 175-acre Apple Park site on his YouTube channel, offering a glimpse at the entrance into the Steve Jobs Theater with its lobby light on.
“Opening day is getting closer at Apple Park, landscaping and road-striping are not the only things wrapping up,” reads the video's description.
Located atop a hill at one of the highest points of the upcoming campus, the Steve Jobs Theater sports the world's largest freestanding carbon-fiber rooftop.
Featuring glass staircase spiraling downward to an underground 1,000-people auditorium, the Theater will be used for corporate meetings and Apple media events, meaning the unveiling of iPhone 8 will most likely take place there.
“Steve’s vision for Apple stretched far beyond his time with us. He intended Apple Park to be the home of innovation for generations to come,” said Tim Cook in April.
The video revels significant progress being continually made on the main ring-shaped building, offering a nice look at the main atrium with its floor-to-ceiling glass doors.
Landscaping work will continue for a few months after offices in the main ring-shaped building are completed. Since April, employees have been gradually moving into Apple Park.