The launch of the iPhone 8 on September 12 will be held for the first time at the Steve Jobs Theater, located on the Apple Park spacecraft to be opened by Apple. There are a lot of interesting stories around this special cylindrical hall between Apple Park, let’s find out.
Lying in the shape of a spaceship, the donut-shaped hall is a popular spot for a lot of people because of its distinctive shape and design. Nestled in the ground above the ground is a 1,000-seat auditorium, much less than the 7,000 seats at the Bill Graham Civic Hall, where the iPhone 7 was launched.
The upper hall section is covered by 6-meter-high glass panels, with a durable carbon fiber dome. Tim Cook said just looking at the height of these glasses alone is enough to make people overwhelmed.
Participants begin to walk down the hall under two circular staircases. Also, they move by a special cylindrical elevator that can rotate, allowing one to go in and out in another direction.
Most of the hall is covered with wood to help eliminate the echo because wood absorbs sound very well. Also, a source said a chair inside the hall costs $ 14,000, and each seat was equipped with a separate power outlet.
This can be said that it is a lecture hall bearing “Apple,” with high-tech equipment and aesthetics. It is anticipated that this will be the place where Apple’s main products are launched, as they move their new Apple Park office to work in the near future.
Let’s welcome the iPhone 8 to know the hall of the departed CEO of Apple will look like!