Designed like a university, Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California – dubbed Apple Campus – is just one step in Apple’s base of operations expansion.
Steve Jobs announced in 2006 the acquisition of more nearby property to construct Apple Campus II and that construction would begin this year for a potential 2015 opening.
It hasn’t begun quite yet, but the Cupertino community just greenlit Apple’s plans. The town’s mayor Orrin Mahoney and Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer spoke to press about it and are excited for it to begin. They didn’t say however, whether or not the main structure is part of Starfleet and what warp speed it’s capable of.