This is the giant auditorium that Apple is about to cover with dirt

The drone boys are at it again. 

Drone pilots and aerial photographers Duncan Sinfield and Matthew Roberts posted their new flyover videos of Apple’s $5 billion campus project on Friday.

The campus is still unfinished. Although nearly all the structural work is done, and many of the buildings now have windows, there’s still a lot of landscaping that needs to be done before employees move in early next year.

Apple has a giant pyramid of dirt it’s going to distribute to other parts of the campus. 

I wanted to highlight one thing that that dirt is going to cover — a massive 120,000 square foot auditorium. It will be buried like an Egyptian tomb.

That’s right, the iPhone 8 will probably be announced in an underground lair buried beneath Apple’s campus.

It’s not buried yet, so you can see just how big the auditorium is. But it will be covered with dirt soon. 

So although the new Apple campus may be pretty and glassy, there’s lots of stuff going on underneath the surface — which you could say about Apple as a company, too.

Check out the videos below. 

Duncan Sinfield:

 Matthew Roberts:

 Bonus: A ground-level video of the new Apple Campus, courtesy of Dave Mark at The Loop

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