Drone Video Shows Empty Apple Park Campus
With most of Apple's corporate employees working from home at the current time, the Apple Park campus in Cupertino is nearly abandoned.
Drone footage shot recently by drone pilot Duncan Sinfield looks similar to drone videos shot before Apple Park opened, with no visible people on the campus and parking lots abandoned.
Apple employees worldwide have been working at home since March 8, though there are likely still employees on the Apple Park campus who have essential roles at the company.
Apple employees with non-essential roles are required to stay at home under Santa Clara County's shelter-in-place order.
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One can't tell bud break from this distance but this past week's rather cool temperatures has probably squeezed the brakes on the fruit tree orchard bloom. There was almost no rain in February.
The stark contrast between the clean fruit trees rows and the lush insectary rows indicates that there is very active weed control. The latter's growth has likely been spurned by this month's more plentiful rain. There's nothing wrong with the soil.
This area used to be nothing but fruit orchards anyhow a century ago. They'll be fine.
The local redwood trees and other conifers seem to have no problem dumping large clouds of yellow pollen on my car's windshield and my town's sidewalks (or pretty much any outdoor horizontal surface).
I suspect that will be further tightened in the next week or two.