Apple’s stunning new campus in Cupertino, called Apple Park, was scheduled to open to employees in April 2017, but no announcements have been made during that month and we’re already deep into May.
However, most of the buildings at the 175-acre campus appear to be near-finished at this point, and thanks to videographer Matthew Roberts, you can now see how the construction had progressed from June 2016 until now in glorious 4K resolution.
Roberts has diligently been filming Apple’s new campus with a Phantom 3 Pro drone during the last year, and now he compiled the best moments into one six-minute video.
Besides the main, “spaceship” building of the campus, the video also gives you a good look at the Steve Jobs Theater, the R&D facility, the fitness center, the parking garage, and the mysterious “mountain of dirt.”
You can see all of Roberts’ previous Apple Campus videos on his YouTube channel.