With Apple’s September 12th iPhone 5 keynote event scheduled for tomorrow, Apple has finished preparing the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts where the event will be held. Apple has had held numerous other keynote events at the San Francisco based arts center and is doing the same to announce the sixth gen iPhone.
The colorful graphics are generally put onto the glass with an Apple logo centered in the middle of the exterior and generally signifies something about the product being released. This design appears to show stretched app icons of all different colors, interlaced with each other, and running straight down from top to bottom. The colors come together to form one larger tapestry of colors.
Although the iPhone 5 is expected at this event and will only arrive in black and white, this can possibly represent the content that will be available on the device, the larger screen on the iPhne 5 or perhaps the introduction of a new iPod touch, iPod nano, or a new line of iPods that can come in different colors. The next gen iPhone is widely believed to to feature 4G /LTE network, faster processor, possibly a bigger battery and 16:9 screen aspect ratio.
The event is scheduled for September 12th, 2012 and will go live at 10AM PT/ 1PM ET. Touch Reviews will be bringing you an all-in-one live feed tomorrow.