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APPLE PARK: A MASTERPIECE OF ARCHITECTURE

Steve Jobs might have passed away nearly six years ago, but his influence on Apple - and, by extension, the tech industry - has long lingered. A fantastic case in point is Apple Park - theCupertino firm’s new “spaceship” corporateheadquarters at which the “iPhone 8” - or “iPhone Edition,” as it could be called - is expected to be officially announced. Jobs was heavily influential on its design, which ties together many of the company’s firmly-held values.

PREPARATIONS FOR A SPACESHIP’S ARRIVAL

Jobs’ last public appearance before his death was in July 2011 - when, at a meeting with Cupertino City Council, he argued a case for the new headquarters. While construction of the premises did not start until 2013,

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