This is how the Steve Jobs Theatre inside Apple's $5 billion spaceship campus looks right before the iPhone 8 event

Apple Park SJ TheatreDuncan Sinfield/YouTubeThe new Steve Jobs Theatre, located just off the main Apple Park campus.

We are less than a week away from Apple’s annual hardware event, but a few things are remarkably different this year.

For one, the Cupertino giant is expected to unveil a special, tenth-anniversary edition of the iPhone alongside its regular upgrades.

What’s more, the company is nearing completion of their new headquarters, and next Tuesday’s event will be the first-ever held in the $US5 billion (£3.8 billion) Apple Park.

Apple is going to host its keynote in the new Steve Jobs Theatre, which is located just a few hundred yards off the main building.

Apple Park SpaceshipDuncan Sinfield/YouTubeThe main building of Apple Park, the so-called ‘spaceship’, now almost completed.

Drone footage of the Park itself has showed us its progress over the past years and months, but very little has been shown of the theatre dedicated to Apple’s co-founder and former CEO.

Thanks to a new drone video posted by YouTuber Duncan Sinfield, we now have a good look at how the theatre looks like from the outside, with a peek at the workers on site ostensibly planning the final touches for the imminent “iPhone 8” event.

SJT Apple ParkDuncan Sinfield/YouTubeThe Steve Jobs Theatre, where the ‘iPhone 8’ announcement event will be held, is located just off the HQ offices.

It’s important to note that, however, the actual, 1,ooo-seat auditorium is located underneath the lobby, so we will have to wait the event itself to see that.

You can watch Sinfield’s full video below:

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