Apple is about to finish the mile-long ring for its $5 billion 'spaceship' campus

Apple is making a lot of progress on the construction of its massive, $5 billion “spaceship” headquarters in Cupertino, California.

The latest drone video shot by Matthew Roberts and posted on YouTube provides a fun birds-eye-view of how the new building and other parts of the campus are coming together. When Apple’s Campus 2 is finished next year, it will house more than 13,000 employees over 18 acres, and it will include a massive fitness center as well as an underground auditorium.

Among the latest highlights:

  • The final section of the circular spaceship building is being framed. That means the more-than-1-mile-long ring that will be the exterior of the spaceship is almost complete.
  • A maze of tunnels are being laid down throughout the campus.
  • The underground auditorium looks practically finished.
  • The giant dirt pyramid is still very big.

Check out the video for yourself:

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