Apple's anticipated iPhone 5 announcement is just days away, and with San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts slated to host the event, decorations have already gone up.
In a bit of a vintage touch, Apple opted for the rainbow colour scheme on the background. Otherwise, the banner is standard fare for when the company holds an event at Yerba Buena.
Inside, there isn't much to see. The standard black Apple banner stands over the auditorium entrance, but any possible product images or advertising banners have been hidden from view. Given Apple's obsession with secrecy, would you expect anything less?
Meanwhile, things are set to get very busy at the nneighbouring Moscone Center, where Intel is gearing up for its annual developer conference.
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