Check out Apple's new $6 billion campus -- employees have started moving in

Apple Campus May 00027YouTube/Matthew RobertsThe Steve Jobs theatre.

Apple is putting the finishing touches on its new $A6.63 billion headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Earlier this year, Apple announced that its new digs would be named “Apple Park” and that employees would start moving in April.

Although the campus isn’t completely finished, it’s starting to really come together.

Our latest look at Apple’s new headquarters comes from videographer Matthew Roberts. 

Take a look: 

This futuristic, circular building, nicknamed the 'spaceship,' is Apple's new headquarters.

Parts are still under construction, but employees started moving in last month, according to Apple.

Here's a peek from the interior of the ring. Apple has been planting a lot of trees recently.

Apple is planting mature trees so it doesn't take as long to look like a full forest.

The fountain at the center isn't complete yet.

The roof is pretty much completely covered in solar panels.

Here's a look a little bit closer to ground level.

Apple wanted to reuse all the earth that it dug up for the project, so while the building was under construction, Apple piled all the dirt into a big mountain. But now it's been reused for landscaping, and this is all that's left of the once-massive dirt pile.

Here's the kiosk for visitors and tourists:

And here are the giant tunnels running underneath the campus.

Here's a peek at the massive parking garages Apple built near the highway.

Another peek at the parking garages. According to the Economist, Apple built more parking space than office space in its new campus, because of local parking regulations.

Here's a complete R&D center on the outskirts of Apple's new campus. These buildings look like they're finished.

Another look.

This is the Steve Jobs theatre. It's not done yet, but Apple is planning to launch future products in here.

The roof is a perfect circle.

Some finishing touches on the roof.

Landscaping is ongoing.

Here's another look at the entire building.

And here's what Apple's architects wanted it to look like when it was done.

Apple Campus 2

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