The company puts up decorations at its headquarters in Cupertino ahead of Tuesday's event, which is expected to bring new iPhones.
When Apple holds events in San Francisco it takes over the entire fronts and sides of buildings with decorations, though the same cannot be said for its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.
Signage for Tuesday's event there, which is expected to bring two new models of the iPhone, is now up, reports French tech site Igen. There's a top banner above the doors, which looks just like the one depicted in Apple's invite to the media last week, as well as some side dressings with more overlapping colors.
Similar decorations went up when Apple held a special event at its campus in October 2011 to introduce the iPhone 4S.
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