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New images revealed of upcoming Apple 'spaceship' campus

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 09 Sep 2012 15:40 User comments (3)

New images revealed of upcoming Apple 'spaceship' campus 9to5 has received some official blueprints of the upcoming Apple 'spaceship' campus.
The images show off some of the outside and interior designs of the campus, which was overseen by the late Steve Jobs.

Apple has dubbed the building "Campus 2," and it is almost one mile in circumference with 3.1 million square feet.

The location will house an Office, Research and Development Building, a 1,000 seat Corporate Auditorium, a Corporate Fitness Center, 300,000 feet of Research Facilities, a Central Plant, a 150-acre interior courtyard and be home to 12,000 employees.

Here are the pics:

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3 user comments

19.9.2012 17:47

So, google is working on space research, and Apple is building a new HQ that looks like a 1950's idea of an alien spaceship...

210.9.2012 16:35

that looks pretty cool.wonder how the stockholders

311.9.2012 11:36

Research Area? I find that hard to believe... they've been stealing that from universities & burgeoning programmers for years. Not to mention, from what I understand, no known aeronautical apparatus uses an Apple device for navigation of craft pitch or yaw correction to date. So, I think we're being misled yet again.

Besides, all this frigging space... I just KNOW they're going to call it a 'church' of some kind... Call it a hunch.

Just remember who the blathering idiot was that called it first.

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