Apple said plans to spend US$1 billion to build a second campus in Austin, Texas that will house as many as 15,000 workers, amid a broader push by many US companies to create more jobs at home.
The iPhone maker had announced at the start of the year it would invest $30 billion in the United States, taking advantage of a tax windfall stemming from US President Donald Trump's sweeping tax reforms.
The 133-acre campus in Austin will employ workers across various functions including engineering, R&D, operations and finance. The city is already home to the second largest number of Apple employees outside its headquarters in California.
Apple will also set up sites in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, California and hire over 1000 employees each in these locations, while also expanding operations in Pittsburgh, New York and Boulder, Colorado over the next three years.
Many American multinationals have been facing political pressure to ramp up investments at home as part of Trump's "America First" policies, which have left the United States embroiled in a bitter trade war with China. The president has also warned of tariffs on iPhones and other Apple products imported from China.
Apple's technology rival Amazon.com last month ended a months-long search for its second headquarters, picking New York City and an area just outside Washington DC for massive new offices, with plans to create thousands of jobs.
The new Austin campus will be located less than a mile away from Apple's existing facilities, and will first house 5000 new employees.
The company, which last year moved into its sleek "spaceship" campus in Cupertino, said jobs at the new Austin centre would include engineering, research and development, finance and sales functions.
Reporting by Subrat Patnaik, Shubham Kalia and Aishwarya Venugopal. Editing by Sai Sachin Ravikumar and Saumyadeb Chakrabarty