That’s right – with less than a week to go until Apple unveils its brand-new iPad 3, the company has started making over the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California ahead of the big day.
The iPad 3 is set to launch with an (expected) Retina display and Siri voice recognition, an improved – potentially “A5X” – processor, and possibly even support for LTE. Furthermore, the device is said to be slightly thicker than its predecessor, and it may also launch with a better set of cameras, too.
The entire process of covering the front of the building is detailed in the images below, which we’ve embedded in a gallery for you to check out.
If you’re not excited yet, you should be!