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Apple notes a 'before' and 'after' view (left-right, respectively) which shows a perimeter-like public access around the campus. There are numerous ways into the campus, but three major entrances for staff.
The actual campus itself will not be open to the public and only opened on rare occasions such as to allow members of the press and media through. Even then, they will have to pass through security buildings.
Apple's revised campus plans pushes the main campus building -- shaped like a donut -- away from the main roads and public highways in order to reduce noise, but also to increase privacy. This means photographers will find it more difficult to long-lens employees, for instance.
Apple shows a side-by-side comparison of the greenery on the existing site -- covered by roads, paths, and buildings -- compared to what it has planned for its Apple Campus 2. You can clearly see how much green space there would be on the proposed site if Apple has the plans for its new campus pushed through by the city council.