Apple Sends Updated Campus 2 Plans To Cupertino City Council [PHOTO GALLERY]


In June 2011 the late Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) co-founder Steve Jobs attended a city council meeting in Cupertino, California to discuss building a new campus for his company. The campus would be shaped like a spaceship. You can watch the video of the at this link. Sadly Jobs passed away about four months after the city council meeting so he would not see his dream campus getting built and completed. Apple is still pushing for the new campus to be built in Cupertino and the city has posted updated photos of documents that the company submitted (dated November 4, 2011. Below is a photo gallery of the Apple campus proposals. Check out the photo gallery of the campus below (click the images to enlarge them – gallery is between pages 1-13):

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Apple Sends Updated Campus 2 Plans To Cupertino City Council [PHOTO GALLERY] Comments

  1. Lisa says:

    this is so cool, what an experience it would be to work at Apple and have this facility as a resource.

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