(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – A newly planned Apple campus in Cupertino, California will likely happen somewhat later than expected.
According to a Bloomberg report, the delay could be “as much as two years,” meaning Apple might not have the campus up and running until 2016.
The popular iPhone maker had hoped to begin construction this year but will only be able to do so following an “environmental impact report” made by the city. Such approval could arrive in June.
Apple’s futuristic looking campus sports a UFO-like appearance and covers 176 acres.
Steve Jobs, the late co-founder of the tech giant initially submitted the proposal for the construction to Cupertino’s city council in June of last year.