Since the mammoth Apple Park project was first announced, we've been following its development closely. We've watched multiple drone videos of the campus being built, but during the building process we've been kept strictly on the outside.

Now, thanks to Wired, we get a glimpse into the inside of the building for the first time. For a feature in its upcoming June issue, writer Steven Levy got a tour of the new campus, and spoke to some of the minds behind the impressive project.

The article explains exactly how — and why — Apple manages to put 12,000 of its employees in one building. We learn about the personal connection Steve Jobs had to the project, and how his teenage son helped Apple Park's now-iconic ring shape come about. Read the full story over at Wired.

In other tech news, Apple shows off iPhone 7’s portrait mode in new “barbers” ad.

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