Apple’s anticipated iPhone-themed event isn’t far away, and as such the folks from Cupertino have started decorating the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in preparation for Sept. 9.
This, as 9to5mac notes, involves countless banners appearing along the streets surrounding the auditorium, as well as having Apple flags hoisted outside of the building. The street banners all mirror the invitation Apple sent out to select members of the press for its Sept. 9 event. This invite shows an Apple logo, with the edges made up of Siri-like sound waves. The graphic also features the below suggestive text:
Hey Siri, give us a hint.
(In case you’re wondering, asking Siri for a hint doesn’t get you far.)
So far, we’re expecting a couple of new iPhones, and possibly new iPad and Apple TV hardware (though these could be reserved for a further event later in the year). On the software side, we’ll learn release dates and last-minute enhancements to iOS 9, watchOS 2, and OS X El Capitan. Not long ago, my colleague Brent Dirks outlined his expectations for Sept. 9 in a special piece, so be sure to check it out.
Below, we’ve included a handful of pictures taken of the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
— Gabor Cselle (@gabor) September 4, 2015