Apple hasn't even finished building its spaceship-shaped headquarters and is already negotiating ground to build an even bigger complex.

According to the Silicon Valley Business Journal, the company started an agreement to keep a space in San Jose that would allow it to build something measuring 385,5 square meters.


This is 230% larger than the so-called Campus 2, which has the shape of a nave and a size of 260 thousand square meters.

The talks, however, do not mean that Apple will close an agreement for the use of space and do not guarantee that a new company complex will appear there, they just indicate that there is interest in something gigantic.