Apple on its way to building a new campus in a Northern part of Austin, Texas. It is reported that they will spend another $10 billion for launching the new data centers as the part of the five-year investment plan which is targeted to give about 20,000 employment opportunities to people. As per the report on Thursday, it would set up the new sites in the places namely, Seattle, SanDiego, Culver City, and California with an expansion in operation in Pittsburg, New York, Boulder, Colorado on the next years.
Apple received immense political pressure to increase their economy and business and fuel their production ahead of the anticipated increase in the product demand. Since 2016 when the, presidential candidate Donald Trump targeted the company for using the Asian factories for bunk manufacturing.
According to reports, the Austin campus is located near the existing facilities, where there had also been an expansion in the Data Centre. The new 133 acres is already recorded to provide the largest homes for the Apple employees outside Cupertino housing which provides housing for above 5,000 employees with the target of expanding to 15,000.
There had already been a disclaimer earlier from President Donal Trump to slap the tariffs on iPhones and major Apple products imported from China as the major consumer market for Cupertino, the California-based company. However, the Company, which moved into the sleek ‘spaceship’ campus in Cupertino, said that the Austin center would include the functions of various fields, including engineering, finance, development, and many more.
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Apple’s rival technological group Amazon (AMZN.O) is reported to have already started to find headquarters in America’s political and financial capitals. The attempt had been made to increase their manpower. The time has come to wait and watch for the development of these massive technological groups to compete and prosper in the lands of the MidWest.