Apple begins decorating Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for next week’s iPhone 6S event

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The very first Apple logos have started appearing at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, which will be the site of next week’s iPhone 6S/Apple TV event. A few photos have hit Twitter showing the company’s banners being put up in preparation for the event…

Update: More images below courtesy of ajlco:

 

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Apple has also raised several flags in front of the center, as seen in the photos below.

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We’ll keep this post updated as more banners go appear in the lead-up to the main event on Wednesday. You can submit your own photos of the auditorium to tips @9to5mac.com.

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Comments

  1. fromNY2LA (@onestopnyc) - 7 years ago

    what has been going on with iOS 9 beta 6? It’s been 4 weeks?

  2. That first photo clearly shows union employees. One guy doing the work, two other guys scratching their balls.

  3. AeronPeryton - 7 years ago

    Billy Graham Civic Center, Apple’s own flag design… We church now.

  4. Adam-1D - 7 years ago

    Looks more like an Embassy than an event venue. NATION™, citizenship applications open in October lol.

  5. Jake Becker - 7 years ago

    The flags could be thinner and lighter..

  6. SKR Imaging - 7 years ago

    that Apple “hey siri” poster might be indicating 2 things at once…

    1- obviously Siri on Apple TV

    2- the leaf part could be viewed as a finger and the Apple top like a screen being pressed (force touch) and Siri colors on both sides indicating pressure applied.