iPhone event preparations already underway at Flint Center

Image via MacRumors

Image via MacRumors

Following the confirmation that Apple will be hosting an event on September 9th, an image has been sent in to MacRumors showing the location of the event. It will be held at the Flint Center in Cupertino, and as you can see from the photo (above), Apple has begun setting up something special on site.

A white barricade has been set up, surrounding whatever it is that is being erected at the Flint Center. Security guards can be found on site, and when asked about the mystery structure claim “We are not at liberty to discuss that due to client wishes.”

It has been many years since Apple have made an announcement here, but it’s interesting to point out that the original Mac was announced 30 years ago at this location by Steve Jobs.¬†Apple commonly announces new products at the Yerba Buena Center, which can house 757 guests. However, the Flint Center has a capacity of 2,300, leading many to believe this event will show off some very large, exciting announcements.

Are you excited for the Apple event? What do you think is hiding behind the barricade? Let us know in the comments or Tweet me @DarrenLinkNPark.

Source: MacRumors

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  • De’Marcus Kourage Winbush

    I’m very excited. iPhone 6, iWatch, maybe new Apple TV and iPad Air 2. Nobody cares about the Galaxy Note 4 announcement next week. It’s time to trade the iPhone 5S and get the iPhone 6.

    • donnybee

      I love the iPhone and I’m excited for the Note 4 announcement. I love seeing all the different tech, and to be honest it’s all competition. We benefit.

      So when you say nobody cares about the Note 4 announcement, you’re really just using an incorrect absolute. I think it’s going to be cool, but I’m way more excited for the iPhone announcement because I like it more. I strongly believe iOS is better all around, and is only getting better with 8. But good competition learns from each other so I think it’s important for people to care about the Note 4, so Apple can improve on it.

  • Eliot Starr

    Under that white wrapping paper they are building an “iHome” with iBeacons in all of the rooms that will automatically set all of the electronics in each room to your preferences when you walk in with your iWatch on. Lights will turn off automatically when you leave the room. Temperature will set to your preferences. Apple TV will know you are in the room and show you your favorite channels. They are going to walk is through our near-future home.

    You heard it here first!