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| September 9, 2012
Does The Yerba Buena Center Confirm 4-Inch Sixth-Gen iPhone?
Just a couple of days ago, we told you Apple had started decorating the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, Calif., in preparation for the company's iPhone event (set to take place on Sept. 12). Now, a number of images of the finished decorations have surfaced online, which appear to suggest that a taller iPhone handset will indeed be announced at the special event, as has long been rumored. The clues are all in the above image, but need a bit of interpretation. As you can see below (via roosternugget), the colors in the Yerba Buena Center signage could correspond to "stretched" iOS icons, pointing towards the launch of a larger screened-iPhone: [caption id="attachment_336630" align="aligncenter" width="580"] It's all in the signage[/caption] Stretched icons, of course, would indicate that the iOS (iPhone) icons we all know and love are going to need to beef-up once the sixth-gen iPhone launches. What do you think? Is this the 4-inch iPhone proof we've been looking for? Let us know your thoughts in the comments. Source: MacRumors