Report: Apple Park’s Interior Glass is So Clear That Employees Often Accidentally Walk into It

The Apple Park is one of the modern architectural marvels, and is one of the most sought after workplaces in the industry. However, a new report from Bloomberg talks about how the interior architecture of the campus might be a little too simplistic for its employees. Continue reading
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Interior Apple Park glass is so clear, distracted employees are walking into it

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The Apple Park’s open, collaborative design is broken up into pods, separated by glass panes from floor to ceiling — and distracted employees are walking straight into them.
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HomePod teardown needs sawing, cutting to get into interior, but is built ‘like a tank’

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As it does with every Apple device, iFixit has torn apart the HomePod, finding a device that is a "labyrinth to open." That means, like many other devices, it’s probably not a great candidate for user repairs.
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Trump’s Interior Department recommends shrinking the borders of six national monuments

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is recommending shrinking the size of at least six national monuments — four on land, and two at sea, The Washington Post reported today. That includes the fiercely contested Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, according to a leaked draft of a memorandum Zinke submitted to the White House. Should President Donald Trump follow the Interior Department’s recommendations, the actions will likely lead to lawsuits.

The recommendations come after the Interior Department’s four-month review of 27 national monuments that were created since 1996. The review, requested by an executive order signed by Trump in April, covered about 553 million acres of land and sea in total. At the end of August, Zinke submitted the…

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The Tesla Model 3 interior doesn’t look like any car you’ve ever seen

Tesla finally delivered the first 30 units of the Model 3 this past evening, and now that the production version of the company’s mass-market electric car is out in the wild, one key detail has finally been confirmed: the interior is going to look unlike anything else on the market. There’s one 15-inch, bezel-free, horizontally-oriented touchscreen panel — and that’s it. No instrument cluster, no heads-up display. The rest of what’s in front of you is just a smooth dashboard and a the windshield.

CEO Elon Musk had warned as much on Twitter since last year’s initial unveiling that the interior of the production version of the Model 3 would look as spartan as the prototype. And he has been steadfast in his confidence that people will like…

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Knightsbridge Singapore Apple store cover removed, showing first glimpses of interior

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The cladding surrounding the new Apple store at Singapore’s Knightsbridge shopping center has been removed, and the interior of the location has been seen for the first time.
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