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| September 9, 2013
Apple Decorates Its Cupertino Campus For Tomorrow’s Special Event
In preparation for tomorrow’s special event, Apple has decked out its Cupertino campus with some new banners. French Website igen.fr was able to capture a few images of the 4 Infinite Loop building, which houses Apple’s Town Hall venue. As you can see, the banners show the same colorful circles seen in the invitations sent to the media early last week. [caption id="attachment_459693" align="aligncenter" width="450"] One more look at 4 Infinite Loop. (Credit igen.fr)[/caption] During the event, which begins at 10 a.m. PT tomorrow, it is widely believed that Apple will unveil two new iPhones – the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S. The iPhone 5S will take its place as the signature handset from the company. The phone will reportedly look very similar to the iPhone 5, but feature a biometric fingerprint scanner under the home button along with some other improvements like a dual-LED flash. With a wide variety of color options, the iPhone 5C will be a brand-new handset from Apple. It is expected to be a lower-cost iPhone but feature many of the same internal parts as the iPhone 5. Make sure to keep it right here on AppAdvice to follow all the up-to-date news from the event. For other news today, see: Apple's Jony Ive Helps Design 18K Solid Rose Gold EarPods For Charity Auction and It's Official: Apple's iPhone 5 Has Been Jailbroken Under iOS 6.1.4.