Apple Flags And Banners Start To Go Up At iPhone 6s Event Venue – Photos


Ahead of its big iPhone 6s keynote next week, Apple has started to put up banners and flags at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

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Photos from social media outlets such as Twitter have started to circulate around the Web showing off Apple's preparation for next week. Apart from the usual banners, the Cupertino giant is decorating the entire venue with Apple flags as well.

Banners Start To Go Up At Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Judging by the venue Apple has chosen for its event, it's likely that the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are going to be big releases in the company's eye. But keep one thing in mind though, the iPhone 6s is going to be an evolutionary release rather than a revolutionary, but the devices are going to be packed to the rafters with new technology under the hood, such as a brand new A9 chip and a 12-megapixel iSight camera as well as a Force Touch display.

We're expecting Apple to announce a bunch of other things at the event apart from the main attraction, the iPhone 6s. For instance, the Cupertino giant is bound to take wraps off the Apple TV 4, which is going to be a major refresh on the design front and of course, the internal hardware as well, as the set-top box is rumored to come packed with a more powerful A8 chip.

Apart from the iPhone 6s and the Apple TV 4, Apple is also expected to announce the larger iPad Pro as well as a refreshed iPad mini tablet in the iPad mini 4. But if Apple does announce a pair of new tablets at this event, then it's quite likely that Apple would ditch its plan for an October keynote which it holds annually dedicated to its tablet.

On the software end, the Cupertino giant will announce the final release date of its latest and greatest mobile OS, iOS 9. Apart from that, watchOS 2 and OS X El Capitan will also get a lot of limelight. It's likely that right after the event the company will make available Golden Master candidates of its new software to developers.

With just a few more days to go and with banners going up at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, all will be revealed to the public in typical Apple fashion. Till then, sit tight, and wait for more coverage regarding the event from our end. We'll be detailing and featuring everything from start to finish, so our dear readers don't have to worry about anything in that regard.

The event will be live streamed to all users around the globe, and you can catch all the details about it here: How To Live Stream September 9th iPhone 6s Event On iOS, Apple TV, Mac, PC.