Apple is done with the decoration of the front facade of the Yerba Buena center as there is going to be a special media event on September 12. The Cupertino based company will reportedly unveil its highly anticipated iPhone 5 at the event.
Looking at the front decoration might seem like there is no connection between the announcements to be made, but a report from MacRumors based on the observation of a forum visitor claims that the facade decoration is based on stretched icons including iTunes, App Store, Music, Safari and Game Center.
The report has included the images and compared the elements in the decoration to prove that they are reminiscent to the icons mentioned above.
Looks like the larger 4 inch Apple iPhone is on the cards and only a couple of days ahead to make its presence to the tech media and spectators.
According to the recent reports, Apple will be unveiling new and revamped versions of iPod shuffle, iPod nano and iPod touch alongside the iPhone 5 on September 12.
The much awaited next iPhone is rumored to have to pack a larger 4 inch display, smaller dock connector, iOS 6, improved Siri, 1GB RAM, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera for video calling, NFC, 4G LTE, liquidmetal casing and an improved battery for better backup.