Ahead of Apple's special event on September 9, the company is erecting a large structure at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts at De Anza College in Cupertino, California. The Flint Center has been the site of Apple events in the past, most notibly thirty years ago, when Steve Jobs unveiled the original Macintosh. The exact purpose of the structure is unknown, and it's being closely guarded while under construction.
According to MacRumors:
For the occasion, it appears that Apple has been building a massive structure on the campus, which has been kept under tight wraps with a white barricade. A MacRumors reader has sent in images of a mysterious structure at the Flint Center, which appears to span three stories and is protected by "scads" of security people. Administrators had previously declined to comment on what the structure is for, stating only "We are not at liberty to discuss that due to client wishes."
We'll find out more on September 9. It's widely expected to be the unveiling of the iPhone 6, with the iWatch possibly making an appearance. iMore will be there covering the event live, so stay tuned that day for the latest.
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