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Apple has submitted revised plans for its Apple's next-generation campus -- dubbed the Apple Campus 2 -- last week.
The donut-shaped building that sits in the middle of Cupertino, California. The technology giant will be moving just down the street and will be bulldozing the old HP site to create a brand new building that will house all existing employees, and thousands more.
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The donut shaped-campus is so large that it could be seen from space. It is roughly the same size as the UK's O2 Arena (formerly known as the "Millennium Dome" in London). It will be able to house around 14,200 people. Its revolutionary technologies will be built into the very fabric of the building's design.
Another birds-eye view of the campus. "There's no chance that we're saying no. The mothership has really landed here in Cupertino", the city's mayor, Gilbert Wong, said in June 2011, after the late Steve Jobs appeared unexpectedly at the Cupertino City Council to give a presentation on the new building.