The iPhone manufacturer has promised to invest US $ 30 billion in January, taking advantage of the tax profits arising from President Donald Trump's wider fiscal reforms.
A new 54 hectare plant will be in Austin, which already has the second largest number of employees in Apple outside Kupertin, and is located less than 1 mile from Apple's existing facilities in Texas.
Apple will also be based in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, California, and will employ more than 1,000 employees in each of these cities. In the next three years, he will expand his activities in Pittsburgh, New York and Boulder, Colorado.
Many US multinationals have faced political pressure to increase investment in the country as part of a policy "United States for the First Time" led by Trump, who led the country into a trade war with China. The president also drew attention to tariffs for iPhone and other Apple products imported by China.
Amazon.com Inc., Apple's competitor, ended last month seeking months to build a new headquarters, choosing New York and Virginia to build offices in which he intends to find thousands of jobs he created.