Apple puts some colorful touches on the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco ahead of an event expected to bring new iPads and Macs.
Apple's event on Tuesday, October 22, in San Francisco is expected to bring new iPads and Macs. Apple's holding the event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater.
The company began decorating the building earlier this week. Here's the progress as of Friday afternoon, local time.
A worker affixes the large, white Apple logo to the front of the theater.
The front of the venue still has more work ahead.
Workers put the finishing touches on the front of the building, seen here from within the backside of the theater.
The colorful leaves are all the same as the one on Apple's logo.
More leaves go up alongside the main logo.
This year's decorations appear to be more complicated than in the past, with the need for scaffolding on top of the usual riser trucks.
Two workers affix one of the side panels.
Apple has gone with a multicolored front on the theater for the event, unlike WWDC at the nearby Moscone Center, which is typically white and gray.
A full look at the building from across the street.
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