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Apple Park drone photography captures the return to work at corporate headquarters [Gallery]

Early last month, Apple employees began gradually returning to work at headquarters in a hybrid format. From now on, Apple Park employees must come into the office one day a week, but according to company policy, by May 23, they will need to be in the office at least three days a week. Some drone photographs show their return to office work at headquarters.

Images shared by 9to5Mac Reader David Sexton shows life in Apple Park in recent days. He also sent drone footage of Apple headquarters in 2016 while it was still under construction.

In one of the photos, it is possible to see that the Apple employees are back in Apple Park because there is a queue in the cafe. In another night photograph, it is possible to see a couple of employees playing basketball.

Sexton was able to take several different flights with the drone, and while it’s been previously reported that Apple wants its employees back to work, it’s nice to see that they are indeed coming back.

Last week, 9to5Mac reported that some employees were organizing in a new group called “Apple Together”. They defend the well-being and rights of employees.

The letter sent to Apple CEO Tim Cook provides several reasons why Apple Together employees believe remote work should always be an option.

We tell all of our customers how great our products are for remote work, but we ourselves can’t use them to work remotely? How can we expect our customers to take this seriously? How can we understand what remote work issues need to be addressed in our products, if we don’t experience it?

You can read the full report here. That said, here’s the latest look at Apple Park, which is coming back to life with the return of some employees.

It’s also important to note that in a month, select developers will be able to attend an in-person WWDC 2022 experience and be the first to see the new Developer Center at Apple Park.

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