Renderings Detail New Apple Headquarters

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CUPERTINO, CA -- A spaceship is landing in Silicon Valley.

Apple's future headquarters is set to be as iconic as the company's products, according to CNN.

Apple's late founder Steve Jobs first showed off the plans for the new campus in 2011, in what turned out to be his last public appearance. Now, we are getting a closer look at the details for the new headquarters.

The new campus will be so large, a NFL stadium will be able to fit right in the middle of it upon completion. The campus will have its own transit center and a cafeteria with retractable walls so employees can feel like they're eating outside.

CNN also reports the building will be nearly 3 million square feet and 4 stories high, made largely of curved glass.

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