And it’s built to perfection – with many details that are iPhone-esque.
This attention to detail, including the facade, which contains the world’s largest piece of curved glass – means an equally impressive price tag, amounting to billions of dollars.
What we don’t see from the air is the details inside.
Apple employees telling Reuters even the elevator buttons remind them of the iPhone’s home button and the toilets seem to mirror the device’s square shape with rounded corners. And everything from the gaps between adjoining surfaces to the ceiling tiles got the Apple treatment of highest precision.