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Colorful Banners Start Going Up Ahead of Apple’s iPhone Event

by Brandon Russell | September 9, 2013September 9, 2013 1:45 pm PST

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As is the case before every new Apple event, the company has begun to erect banners and posters promoting tomorrow’s festivities. Like the invitations sent out earlier this month, the designs clearly hint at Apple’s more colorful (and cheaper) iPhone 5C line; there’s also suggestions we’ll see a fingerprint scanner inside the iPhone 5S, as indicated by the grey rings.

Tomorrow’s iPhone event is shaping up to be one of Apple’s biggest ever launches—maybe the biggest in the company’s history. Rather than just relying on an upgraded hero model, Apple is expected to unveil a cheaper handset in a variety of colors. This would be the first time Apple has ever launched two completely different iPhones at the same time, so there are a lot of expectations heading into tomorrow.

Additionally, iOS 7 will be a popular topic of discussion, and I’d imagine we’ll see Mavericks touched on briefly. We’re less than 24 hours away from Apple’s official event. We pretty much know what to expect by now, but perhaps Tim Cook and Co. have a few tricks left to unveil.

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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell likes to rollerblade while listening to ACDC.

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