Jony Ive’s latest product is the Apple Stage, a giant rainbow under which Lady Gaga is about to play

According to MacRumors Cult of Mac and a variety of social media reports, Apple employees are having a unique day on the campus of Apple's spacecraft: one full of rainbows .

Last week, drone videographer Duncan Sinfield discovered that Apple had erected a giant new rainbow stage in the heart of its Apple Park campus, and this morning Apple employees learned what it meant: a great celebration that can culminate in a private performance of Lady Gaga. .

There was a rainbow loot:

There were rainbow stairs:

Rainbow coffee cups:

And, most importantly, there was a full explanation on Apple's own internal network:

According to those articles on Apple's intranet (through Cult of Mac ), the rainbows are part of a special event today, one that celebrates the formal opening of Apple Park (although it technically opened in April 2017) and pays tribute to the late Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, of Simultaneously.

The colorful arches are not just an elegant tent, by the way. It's called the Apple Stage, and apparently it's a 25,000-piece structure built according to the specifications of Apple's famous design director, Jony Ive (which might one day appear next to "aluminum" in the dictionary). According to the report, the design is broken down into a set of building blocks that Apple can use again and again, which means we can see it reappear for future events.

But first, it seems that Lady Gaga will have the opportunity to break in.

Updated: May 18, 2019 — 2:39 am