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Thursday, 22 November 2012 10:50

Apple delays its new Death Star campus

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Cupertino environmental report delays 'Spaceship'

Apple has reportedly filed a new timetable for construction of its 'Spaceship' campus, due to delays in the planning phase.

The company has supposedly run into delays in creating an environmental impact report for Cupertino, pushing the original time frame of late 2012 to June 2013. The report not only deals with traffic, noise and air quality, it allows residents to have their say as well, which is obviously not the area Apple excels in.

Initially planned to open in 2015, the completion date of the campus has reportedly been pushed back to 2016, since construction wouldn't start until 2014 in this case. The campus will be a massive building and quite a construction feat as well, employing up 12,000 employees once it's ready.

Apple also wants to generate electricity on site, most likely with solar panels. [Perhaps they’ve found a way of turning broken dreams into juice? Ed]

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