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With a buried car park, 7,000 trees, and jogging and bicycle trails, the iPhone maker's new headquarters will take on Steve Jobs' vision to be more like a town park than an office park.
Apple's solution is not the best app for listening to your favorite podcasts, but a few feature tweaks and the addition of playlists bring it closer to being a viable option for listening to podcasts from the iTunes Store.
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The Cupertino City Council unanimously approves the 2.8-million-square-foot building, and demolition on the property will begin at the end of this year.
The tech giant has made mock-ups of its campus reboot, slated for 2015, to pitch the local city council.
As part of its final agreement for construction of the 176-acre campus, Apple has agreed to increase the amount of taxes it pays to the city in the form of a reduced sales tax rebate.
The iPad maker has delayed construction on the project in order to cut $1 billion out of the budget, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
The company says the new headquarters -- brainchild of Steve Jobs -- will be up and running in three years.
Yes, there is a tech bubble -- three of them, actually -- soon to go up in the middle of Seattle on Amazon's dime.
In this rarely seen video, the people bringing Apple's new Cupertino headquarters to life give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at its inception.
Cupertino's planning commission approved Apple's plans to construct its brand new corporate home. A city council vote comes later this month, and a final vote next month.