Cupertino, we have a problem.
Apple's spaceship-like headquarters will likely not open its doors before mid-2016. That's because earlier this month, the tech company submitted an updated version of its proposal to the City of Cupertino.
The company, which hoped to break ground on the new campus sometime this year, will likely not begin work on the proposed facility until at least 2013, according to a report by Bloomberg.
“They could conceivably break ground in 2013, but only if everything goes smoothly,” David Brandt, Cupertino’s city manager, said, according to Bloomberg. “The project is running a little bit slow.”