Apple’s current facilities in Austin, Texas.
After completing its most recent campus and current headquarters – Apple Park – just over a year ago, Apple has today announced plans to create an all-new campus in North Austin.
On a related note, the campus will support engineering, R&D, operating, finance, sales, and customer support teams. Additionally, just like its other worldwide facilities, Apple confirmed that the new campus will be powered by 100 percent renewable energy. This will be combined with as much as 50 acres of preserved open space.
Lastly, Apple confirmed big plans for its data centers in the US. Over the next five years, the company plans to invest around $10 billion in these facilities, $4.5 billion of which will be invested throughout 2019 and 2020. And, once again, it mentions that both current and future data centers run on 100 percent renewable energy.