Apple’s architectural designs help improve accessibility and show an obsessive attention to detail

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For decades now, one of the defining characteristics of Apple has been the company's unwavering and arguably unrivaled attention to detail. From small design flourishes in its software to forward-thinking details in the industrial design of its products, Apple's obsession with even seemingly irrelevant details can be seen throughout the company's product line. As a quick illustrative example, Steve Jobs once called up a Google executive on a Sunday morning because the yellow hue on the Google logo on the iPhone needed some immediate tweaking.

Though Jobs passed away a few years ago, an obsessive attention to detail has remained an integral part of the Apple's DNA. Case in point: even the Apple Park Visitor's Center at Apple's new spaceship campus is replete with clever architectural design choices intent on improving the experience for individuals with special accessibility needs.

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