Apple Campus 2 Will Have Full Blown Visitor Center with Store, Cafe, Observation Deck — If you’ve been following the development of Apple Campus 2 — the so-called Spaceship HQ — you may have been wondering if you’d get to see it yourself. Turns out you will, because Apple is building a full-blown visitor centre, complete with an Apple Store, a cafe, and an observation deck overlooking the main building.
Silicon Valley Business Journal (SVBJ) uncovered plans for the visitor center buried in documents filed with the City of Cupertino in April. Those plans describe a building with glass walls and a carbon fiber roof with large skylights.
Apple provides public beta testers with third build of OS X 10.11 El Capitan — Members of Apple’s OS X public beta program can now download the third pre-release build of OS X 10.11 El Capitan, the company’s forthcoming Mac operating system update. The latest build is said to have known issues with Photos, Apple ID and Language localization and formatting. Many problems can be traced back to iCloud syncing, likely due to incomplete or incompatible backend assets also in testing.
New aerial shot shows Apple Campus construction underway — Construction on Apple’s new spaceship campus is well underway and even in its current state is something to behold. Thanks to some slick drone flying, we can see just how far along the project is, and it’s looking pretty cool.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel hitting Mac Oct 14, same day at consoles and PC — Developer Aspyr has announced it will release the highly anticipated Mac version of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel on Oct 14th, the same day the title hits PCs and consoles. More importantly, the Mac version will launch with all of the same features as the PC, including DLC updates and cross-platform multiplayer.
You can pre-order the game already through GameAgent, and the title will become available on the Mac App Store on October 16. (Image from the Game Agent site – there are others to check out).
Twitter remembers it has an OS X app, updates it for the first time in 10 months — The social network client had a half-dozen updates throughout the length of 2013, and zero treatment so far in 2014. Today’s update changes that, bringing it to version 3.1 and finally adding the same support for multiple photos that the mobile versions of Twitter have had for many months. [Mine updated through the Mac App Store.]