A photographic look inside Apple's Cupertino headquarters

A photographic look inside Apple's Cupertino headquarters

Apple's Cupertino, California headquarters might as well be the moon when it comes to technology. It's managed to become so famous yet remain so mysterious that while almost everyone knows of it, few have actually set foot inside it. Apple Gazette has done a great job compiling photographs that offer a glimpse inside Apple's real walled garden, beyond even the Company Store and Cafe Mac. There's something for every Apple fan, from the wood, glass, and metal you might expect, to the pixel-art signage on the bathrooms you might not, to a fantastic shot of Tony Fadell, Jon Rubinstein, Jony Ive, Steve Jobs, and Phil Schiller in the meeting room.

Check it out via the link below and if you've ever visited 1 Infinite Loop, share your photos in our forum!

Source: Apple Gazette; image via Daniel Brusilovsky

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Rene Ritchie

EiC of iMore, EP of Mobile Nations, Apple analyst, co-host of Debug, Iterate, Vector, Review, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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A photographic look inside Apple's Cupertino headquarters


How old is that photo of Jobs et al.? I really wish Jon Rubinstein would go back to Apple so we could get a webOS-like UI for IOS--more gestures and card multitasking! Not to mention Touchstone charging!

Well, since WebOS has gone open source, it wouldn't be impossible for Apple to integrate the best of WebOS with iOS and that would be the ultimate mobile OS. It would crush the competition in usability. I fondly remember my Palm Pre Plus. Had AT&T not sucked and HP not faltered with the OS, I'd still be using it. Apple should really bring Rubenstein back home. That would complete the package entirely.

A shame that folks probably still come home from that place complaining about how their boss doesn't understand them and how work is hell.

Actually visited an engineer's office at 1 Infinite Loop back in the day. Very nice campus even back then.

Google beats Apple to be America's Best Place to work--Google is No. 1. In fact Apple is nowhere in the top 100 list this year. I see Apple's design to be a great irony to actual workplace culture and pay.