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Apple “Spaceship” to land in Cupertino in time for WWDC ’15?

A newly proposed “spaceship” campus could host the Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference as early as 2015.

CEO Steve Jobs suggested “Apple is growing like a weed” with the widespread of iPad and iPhone and commented on the designs which would accommodate for approximately 12,000 WWDC attendees, also “boost the city’s tax dollars, and should be great news for local businesses” – when the circular structure is slated to land in Cupertino – the Californian home city of Apple Inc.

Speaking of the San Francisco venue for the 2011 event, which saw the launch of iCloud, iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion, CEO Steve Jobs said “We sold out within two hours. This is the biggest place we can get to host WWDC, so I’m sorry for all those people who couldn’t make it. We wish we could sell more tickets but we don’t know where to have you if we do.”

Last night however, Jobs commented on designs which would accommodate for approximately 12,000 WWDC attendees, also “boost the city’s tax dollars, and should be great news for local businesses” – when a huge circular structure resembling a “donut” is slated to land in Cupertino – the Californian home city of Apple Inc.

Cupertino city council has released a video of the Apple CEO making his proposal which featured mock-ups of the landing site for the super-stucture which looks like something out of a sci-fi picture! Is this the next step in a global Apple invasion?

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