New drone footage shows landscaping progress at Apple Park

Employees Apple have been moving to the company's space campus Apple Park since April this year. But work is still ongoing on the 175-acre campus, as seen in the latest drone footage from Duncan Sinfield.


Work on the campus itself was completed in April, but landscaping is ongoing. Duncan Sinfield's July update shows that progress has made significant progress since April. The huge empty space inside the space campus is now filled with trees. When the work is completed, there will be over 9,000 trees in Apple Park.

Progress is also being made on the guest campus, so it will be ready to open. Tantau Avenue was also closed to traffic for most of July. There will be a Apple store and cafe in the center, as well as underground parking and a rooftop terrace. Apple has already started hiring staff for the visitor center ahead of its opening.

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