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- Jun 18, 2010
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MacRumors reports that drone pilot Duncan Sinfield has today posted his latest drone video footage of Apple Park, aptly entitled “From Dreams to Reality.” The new flyover takes an up-close look at the newly completed Steve Jobs Theater where Apple will be holding its special iPhone launch event next Tuesday, September 12.
The 120,000-square-foot theater is situated in a 20-foot tall glass cylinder with the world’s largest freestanding carbon fiber roof. It has seating for 1,000 people, all of which will doubtless be filled at the theater’s inaugural event on Tuesday.
Elsewhere today, Bloomberg has taken an in-depth look at the theater, revealing, among many other interesting facts about the magnificent building, that each of the 1,000 leather seats costs approximately $14,000.
And lucky attendees at Tuesday’s event should prepare to be suitably amazed when, after the initial presentation, a wall within the auditorium will slide back to reveal the product demonstration room, which Bloomberg likens to “the Thunderbird 3 launchpad underneath Tracy Island’s circular pool house.”
Sources: New Apple Park Drone Video Shows Off Steve Jobs Theater Ahead of Next Week's Event
Apple's Other Big Reveal on Sept. 12