After Apple's iPhone event last week, a lot of focus has understandably, been surrounding the all-new iPhone X. But we haven't seen much surrounding where the event took place - the newly finished Apple Park.

The new $5 billion headquarters can house more than 12,000 employees over the distance of 260,000 square metres. Conceived by Steve Jobs himself and designed by Norman Foster, the awe-inspiring doughnut-shaped building is 100% powered by renewable energy sources with solar panels on the roof and onsite fuel cells powered by biofuel or natural gas.

On September 12th Apple opened the building for the first time to unveil the iPhone X and iPhone 8. Here's what it looks like inside and out.

Read Also: 5 Things Android Phones Did Before Apple's iPhone X

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