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Apple dresses up Cupertino campus ahead of today’s iPhone event

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Apple dresses up Cupertino campus ahead of today’s iPhone event

The iPhone 5S/5C event begins today at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern Time, and ahead of that, color posters have been featured on Apple’s Town Hall building in California.



Most of those who regularly follow Apple events would note that high-profile unveilings usually take place at the Yerba Buena Center for arts or other major venues.

But this time around, they’ve opted for a more controllable setting, choosing their own campus for the purpose. The last time the Town Hall building in Cupertino was used when the iPhone 4S was introduced last year. As seen in the media event pictures, the color dots have been placed which were also present on the invitations sent by Apple.

Here are some more pictures courtesy of iGen.fr:


The multi-color dots of invitations and banners match up pretty well. Some people have said that the solver dot stands for the silver-ringed Home button which will also include a finger-print sensor. We covered a post yesterday on how that could lead to privacy issues with the new iPhone.

The images look pretty appealing. Most of the indications are related to the iPhone 5S, but it is expected that the iPhone 5C is also going to make way (as Apple plans to increase its market share in China).

The keynote event is now going to take place in less than 24 hours. If you spot any interesting images related to the event, feel free to share with us. Keep following us for the updated news around the event.
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