Last week, the Cupertino giant unveiled the name of Steve Jobs' latest major project, Apple Park, their future headquarters , which will be open to employees as of next April. And regularly, two amateur drones fly over Apple Park to get a glimpse of the progress of the site, and evaluate whether it will be completed in time. Here is the first flight by drone since the announcement of Apple Park last week: Note the installation of the solar panels on the roof of the garage is now complete, which is not yet the case of the main building in the shape of a ring and which should accommodate some of Apple employees in April. Construction of green spaces is continuing with the planting of new trees above the main access tunnel. Other buildings are still under construction, but there is progress for the 10,000 square meter fitness center reserved for Apple employees. The overflight of aerial drones does not however allow to have a glimpse of the interior of the buildings, the only images available being those published occasionally by Apple. As a reminder, Apple Park operates at 100% from renewable energy through the numerous solar panels installed on the roofs of buildings, and incorporates an underground auditorium named Steve Jobs Theater, a visitor reception area, with an Apple Store And a cafe open to the public.