Not long after the city of Cupertino gave Apple permission to move employees into five of the 12 Apple Park sections, the latest drone footage shows that they won’t have any trouble keeping fit.

Among the recently-completed work are the outdoor sports courts, and we can also see bicycles scattered around the campus to provide a convenient and healthy way for staff to move between exterior locations …

The sports courts are located close to the extensive indoor fitness center.

The maintenance facility, responsible for the job of keeping the campus in good order, also now appears to be complete.

Not everything is yet finished, however. We can still see quite a lot of unfinished dirt areas, though we can see that grass is being laid around the walking paths.

Although the exterior of the main spaceship has looked substantially complete for some time, there are still a few aerial access vehicles at work. It’s possible that the exterior is now in the snagging phase, where remedial work is performed to rectify defects identified either by the contractor or Apple’s own inspection teams.

On the interior, we recently learned about the chair Apple has selected for the 12,000 employees expected to work at Apple Park – and decided to try it out.

Matthew Roberts, who provided the latest footage, has been providing monthly drone videos of Apple Park construction since March 2016.

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