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Apple Begins Decorating Yerba Buena Center Ahead of Oct. 22 Event

by Brandon Russell | October 17, 2013October 17, 2013 8:30 pm PDT

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The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco is currently undergoing an Apple makeover. Ahead of the company’s planned Oct. 22 event, banners, in similar style to Apple’s event invitations, are starting to adorn the building’s glass exterior. There are a lot of colors and… that’s about it for now. What do the colorful fall leaves mean? We’re not sure. But we do have a good idea about what to expect when Apple takes the stage next week.

In addition to the single image you see above, there’s also a picture that reveals the entire blueprint of what the mosaic will look like when it’s all up. It’s nothing fancy, and essentially looks like a blown up invitation; what kind of banners will be hung in the Yerba Buena halls will be much more revealing, though Apple typically uncovers those once the event is over.

Apple is expected to release updates to both of its iPads next week, along with a possible Apple TV update, MacBook Pro with Haswell update, a Mavericks release date and some details on when the Mac Pro will be available. That definitely is a lot to cover, as Apple’s invitation suggests. Will there be any big surprises?

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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell enjoys writing about technology and entertainment. When he's not watching Back to the Future, you can find him on a hike or watching...

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