Apple's 'Spaceship' HQ: 10 Cool Things You Should Know
Apple is planning to build a "spaceship" headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., and that building has several features you would love to hear about.Apple plans to build a new headquarters to replace its current building in Cupertino, Calif. That building, which Steve Jobs called a site that looks like a "spaceship has just landed," was initially planned to be opened in 2015, but will actually not open its doors until 2016, due to some delays on Cupertino's environmental impact study. Still, the Spaceship, as it has become known, is shaping up to be one of the most impressive buildings in the entire technology industry. The building will be circular and house many more Apple employees than the company's current headquarters. Plus, it'll be extremely energy-efficient, making good on Apple's promise to become more "green" in the coming years. Simply put, the upcoming Apple headquarters looks to be a massive feat that will set the standard for all corporate headquarters. We've heard a lot about Google's Mountain View, Calif., campus; soon enough, we'll be hearing about Apple's Spaceship. Read on to find out about some of the cool things that will make the Spaceship so interesting.
1. It's massive