On today's annual shareholder meeting, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that he expects the company will move into its new Cupertino Campus 2, nicknamed the "spaceship," in 2016. Additionally, the CEO stated that the company is in continued talks with the city to gain approval for the project, and he said that "we hope to break ground later this year." The timetable provided by Tim Cook is a year later than what the company first said when it revealed plans for the campus. At that time, it said that it planned to break ground in 2012 in time for a 2015 move-in date. Today's word from Tim Cook confirms a Bloomberg report from last November that said the campus wouldn't be ready until mid-2016.