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As the ongoing construction and landscaping at Apple Park nears its completion, a new video released by the notorious drone captain, Duncan Sinfield, appears to show an Apple Park that’s just about finished, while offering us a rare first glimpse at the fully-completed Steve Jobs Theater — Apple’s new underground auditorium, where company executives will unveil a host of new gadgets next Tuesday morning.
Sinfield’s new video, which can be viewed below, shows a myriad of advancements that have been made to Apple Park’s landscaping — both inside and outside of the ring, aka ‘the Spaceship’ — such as the installation of several large sheets of faux grass, hundreds of additional trees, and an influx of peripheral shrubbery. In the video, Sinfield also pays special attention to the completed Steve Jobs theater, where members of the press will gather on Tuesday at 10:00 am PST to feast their eyes on Cupertino’s latest and greatest products.
The theater, itself, which overlooks the main campus building, is now surrounded by greenery and pavement on all sides, and features a structural design that stretches the bounds of modern building. Members of the press will enter the theater through a 20-foot tall glass cylinder, which is topped with what’s alleged to be the “world’s largest, freestanding, carbon-fiber roof,” according to Apple.
Meanwhile, in a separate report this morning, Bloomberg revealed that visitors of Steve Jobs Theater will have quite the experience in store for them when Apple hosts its big event next week. Specifically, the media will be treated to “elaborate features,” according to the report, such as a “pair of custom, rotating elevators” that will usher people up and down the 4-story, underground structure, as well as an innovative “retracting wall” that will reportedly retract once the unveiling is over, revealing a “demonstration area” where members of the press will be able to get some hands on time with all the new products.
Check out the underground layout of Steve Jobs Theater above, and be sure to check back in with us on Tuesday, September 12th, for all the latest updates and revelations from Apple’s fall 2017 event.