During the construction of Apple Park, drone pilots regularly gave us mere mortals a peek at the progress on Apple’s new headquarters. For the first time in six months, drone pilot Duncan Sinfield dropped by the new campus this morning, and gave us a glimpse at the final product, which includes a mysterious rainbow-adorned stage in the center of the “spaceship” ring.
The video shows the area surrounding and inside the ring-shaped headquarters building is fully landscaped, obviously benefiting from the recent rains in the Bay Area. Trees cover the interior and exterior of the building, and you can get a good look at the large central pond.
The stage in question is located in the middle of the campus, and is adorned with a rainbow arch and lights. Apple hasn’t announced what the stage is for, but it could possibly be used for an upcoming employees-only event, like previous shindigs, such as concerts and beer bashes.
It is possible the event has already been held, as the grass in front of the stage looks a little worse for the wear. Another theory is that an event might be held on Friday, May 17, as the Apple Park Visitor’s Center is closed that day, so an employee’s-only bash could take place that day.
Ah well, enjoy the view.