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iSpaceship is finally coming together
Though Apple's yet to confirm a move-in date for the 13,000+ employees it's planning to house at a new Jony Ive-designed campus, the project is finally coming together after work on it began in 2013. New drone footage from Matthew Roberts suggests the campus may open its doors in early-2017.Going by Matthew's gorgeous 4K clip, there's still some work to be done before Campus 2 opens but the main building looks nearly complete, roads are being cleared and landscaping within the building and around its central courtyard is now visible.Compared to Matthew's December update, his latest video update shows greenery and additional trees which are in the process of being planted in the ground.Heavy machinery and construction equipment are no longer found in the area around the main building or have been moved off-site. The many building along with many of the supporting structures will be covered by solar panels.The entire campus will run entirely on renewable energy, with 75 percent of power coming from solar panels and the rest coming from on-site fuel cells powered by biogas.Here's the clip.