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Apple ‘spaceship’ campus construction caught on film by flying drone

The video, highlighted by Apple Spotlight, shows the latest progress on Apple’s Campus 2. Although the spaceship site is cordoned off by high walls to prevent pictures at street level, a GoPro-equipped drone has no trouble getting the aerial shots seen in the video. Images of the campus were last seen in July. In that time, the video shows that […]
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