Watch: Drone cam video reveals details about new APPLE "spaceship" campus

This new drone camera video showcases the new high-tech "spaceship" campus of tech giant Apple, where they plan to move next year. Watch the video of Apple Campus 2 here....

Watch: Drone cam video reveals details about new APPLE "spaceship" campus

This over 4 minute video shot using DJI Phantom 3 by Mathew Roberts reveals how the new "spaceship" campus of Apple is shaping up where they are planning to move to next year. Head below to check out the video. Roberts has been tracking the developments of the Apple Campus 2 through his videos that he publishes every month. This campus was the brainchild of late founder Steve Jobs who envisaged a space-age office for Apple which would encapsulate the features Apple products are famous for like immaculate design that combines efficiency and practicality.

It has been termed the "spaceship" by Apple fans as a result of its design. There is heavy use of glass and the structure resembles a spacecraft or a UFO and the new campus is situated at Tantau Avenue in Cupertino, California. Apple plans to wrap up construction by the end of this year as they want the staff to move into the new campus January next year. However, there is still a lot of work that needs to be completed as visible in the video.

Although Apple is known to have been historically secret about its new products, fiercely guarding the details and keeping it more as a secret, it has been more than willing to allow drone videos to shoot the progress on its new campus' construction.

The upcoming spaceship campus of Apple after completion of construction is reportedly going to have a 1,000-seat auditorium, 2.8 million square feet of office space, 100,000-square-foot fitness center for employees and housing space for 12,000 employees.

Apart from this The Apple Campus 2 will also have 700,000 square feet of solar panels and 7,000 trees. The campus will feature underground tunnels, parking, restaurants, and more.

Watch the latest video revealing the donut-shaped main building and rest of the new campus being build by iPhone manufacturer for its employees as envisioned by late founder Steve Jobs: