Mothership

Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer talks energy use, love of Cupertino, new mothership campus

Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer recently spoke about Apple's upcoming Apple Campus 2, recently approved by the Cupertino City Council. Oppenheimer thanked the city for approving the new campus, and spoke about Apple's love for Cupertino.

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Apple facing challenges with new mothership headquarters

Apple has run into some problems building its new “mothership” headquarters building, with both costs and construction requirements causing delays. It had already been reported that the opening of the campus had been delayed until 2016, but now we have a better idea as to why.

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Apple’s new futuristic headquarters facing delay, new completion date set for 2016

Apple has said that its high spec futuristic new headquarters will not be completed now until mid-2016 due to planning changes. The new timetable was presented to the city of Cupertino earlier this month according to a report by Bloomberg.

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Apple sends out Apple Campus 2 brochure to new neighbors

Apple has reportedly sent out a shiny brochure to their new neighbors, detailing aspects of the futuristic campus they're planning to build on the old HP lot.

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Apple leases 215,000 square feet of office space in Sunnyvale, CA

Apple is reportedly leasing around 215,000 square feet of office space in a research and office complex in Sunnyvale, CA. It's rumored that Apple is aiming to acquire around 700,000 to 800,000 total square feet in that area. That much space is enough to accommodate over 3,000 Apple employees. The space in Sunnyvale is less than 15 minutes from their current headquarters in Cupertino.

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Apple submits updated plans for new Cupertino campus

As reported by iPhoneincanada, Apple has submitted revised plans for the "mothership" campus they plan on building in Cupertino. The new renderings outline the internal layout and surroundings of the structure, and... They're absolutely gorgeous.

Apple originally sent Steve Jobs to the Cupertino City Council back in June to pitch the idea of building a new space for Apple employees since outgrowing their Palo Alto headquarters. They picked up the lot from HP back in 2010. The new plans detail the inner workings describing a restaurant and dining area, entrances and parking layout and more.

Check out some of the renderings below and let us know what you think in the comments!

Source: iPhoneincanada

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Cupertino posts rendering, plans for Apple's new "mothership"

Cupertino.org has posted a bunch of PDF files pertaining to Apple's very Pixar-flying-saucer-esque new headquarters, planned for the old HP lot they acquired. The building, formed like a giant ring with apricot orchards, massive underground parking, and room for 20,000 employees, will make use of the same kind of leading edge design and manufacturing Apple has used for everything from their products to their Apple Stores, especially in constructing those huge, rounded glass panels.

It also looks like it might be able to detach and break earth orbit if our world ever becomes too aesthetically displeasing to Apple.

If you haven't already, watch the (http://cupertino.org/) via @havvac]

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