Work on Apple's upcoming Campus 2 building in Cupertino has continued throughout the fall, and now we have some fresh updates on the construction coming from AppleInsider. The publication has shared fresh aerial images which show that the spaceship-shaped structure has rapidly grown from basic foundations to the beginnings of an actual structure.
A separate 120,000 square foot "event center" that is costing the company around $161 million has now appeared on video. It will allegedly house an auditorium and product demo space for the company's media events.
The parking facility is already built up to the third level and it is the first of two similar structures being built that will together provide parking spaces for over 5,000 cars visiting the campus.
Apple also submitted revised plans in October adding a few offices, testing facilities, and additional parking garages onto the second phase of construction. The complete campus should be finished by the end of 2016.