Decorations for Apple’s 22 October event begin

Macworld Australia Staff
18 October, 2013
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Apple has begun erecting the decorations for its upcoming 22 October event at the Yerba Buena Centre for the Arts in San Francisco.

The images below, courtesy of MacRumors reader David Jones, from outside the centre show Apple will decorate the building with the same kaleidoscope of multicoloured leaves that covered the event’s invitation.

The company sent out invitations to the event on Wednesday, with the tagline “We still have a lot to cover”, and quickly drew comparisons to the ‘fall’ – the current season in the northern hemisphere.

Considering it’s the second Apple event in two months, speculation is rife that Apple will revamp a number of its devices. The most popular belief is that the full-sized iPad will receive a smaller bezel and conform to the shape of the current iPad mini. The iPad mini itself may also get an update, with a Retina display and new camera.

The Mac Pro and OS X Mavericks, which were both unveiled at WWDC, are also expected to be released to the public.

Of course, Macworld Australia will be on hand with live coverage of every move Tim Cook makes, though we’ll try to hold off on reporting every breath he takes. Tune in on Wednesday morning at 4am AEST to get the latest.

 

 

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