Apple Park’s Steve Jobs Theater will open doors to the media on September 12th during the iPhone 8 event. We’ve seen the theater from the ground level until now, but the 1,000-seat auditorium is actually in the underground level.
Spotted by Brazilian tech blog MacMagzine, several photos of the Steve Jobs Theater, where Apple will be announcing new iPhones next week, had been submitted to Google Maps back in June. The photos are taken from inside the theater, showing us the construction work going on then. It looks like the theater may feature a lot of natural wood finishes. However, the photos are from June, so we can’t exactly say how the aesthetics made up at last — not until September 12 at least.
The Steve Jobs Theater features a large cylinder-shaped construction with stars down to the auditorium. The roof is made up of carbon fiber, and is entirely supported by the glass walls. I’m sure we will be getting a closer look soon when Apple officially opens the Steve Jobs Theater. Till then, let’s count down to Apple’s September 12th iPhone event.