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New Drone Video Reveals an Almost-Complete Apple Park

Putting on the finishing touches on this massive project could continue through Apple Park’s first anniversary in February.

Mon January 15, 2018 - National Edition
Emily Buenzle


Putting on the finishing touches on this massive project could continue through Apple Park's first anniversary in February, Apple Insider reported.
Putting on the finishing touches on this massive project could continue through Apple Park's first anniversary in February, Apple Insider reported.

A recently released drone video has revealed that construction at Apple Park is starting to taper off.

The video, shot by Duncan Sinfield, shows an overview of the campus, where “much of the large construction equipment has been removed from the campus as it is no longer needed,” Sinfield said. While most of the landscaping appears complete, there are still some areas that are not quite finished.

Putting on the finishing touches on this massive project could continue through Apple Park's first anniversary in February, Apple Insider reported.




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