Reports say that the anticipated new building for Apple, the iPhone maker, won’t be available for the transfer of its employees until 2016 as the earliest.
The Cupertino-based company is known for its lavish attention to its details, big or small, and this philosophy seems to extend to the futuristic and anticipated new headquarters of the company in Cupertino. Some observers described it as a spaceship due to the curved design of the building.
According to a report in Bloomberg, the planned completion of the new building is dated in mid of 2016 for the pursuit of its perfection, which also has been a known characteristic of the company. The primary completion date was 2014, but delays in the submission of building proposals moved its date. No modifications in the design of the building has made either.
Some of the revisions made included an additional building that will be a place for utility tools and equipment, relocation of an auditorium with a 1,000-seat capacity, and the revamped landscaping.
The city manager of Cupertino, David Brandt commented that Apple could conceivably break ground in 2013, provided that everything will go on smoothly. He further noted that the project is a little bit running slow, but the company is trying to enhance the particular project.