Tuesday, August 25, 2015

The Keynote iPhone 6S could be held in this Auditorium in San Francisco

This is just a rumor, but the event Apple Keynote 9 September could be held in an auditorium in San Francisco that has been "mysteriously" rented for a private event anonymously.

Some documents of the planning office of San Francisco show some clues that could point to a possible announcement of the next iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus in the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.

The enclosure has been closed and is protected by security guards, but nobody says anything. Only it has been found that the audience will be leased until 13 September. Hmm ... suspicious, right?

Apple usually announces the venue in early September

Last year Apple chose to celebrate the keynote September at the Flint Center in Cupertino. At that time, Tim Cook introduced the iPhone 6 , iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch.

This year's launch of the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will be announced, but it could also receive an iPad Mini 4 and renewed Apple TV and who knows? we may see the presentation of an iPad Pro with the legendary "one more thing".

But until September comes we will not know exactly where Apple plans to celebrate this special event. For it was in the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, the Cupertino would have more than 10 days to finalize all the details and finalize all preparations (banners product, test benches, sound systems, decoration, advertising windows ...).

The clues that reveal the celebration of the Keynote

The tracks indicate that four windows on Grove Street side of the building will be replaced by a logo of a giant banner that hung outside the auditorium.

So it seems in the pictures, the logo is not very similar to the Apple bitten apple, but it could be a simple structure that supported the block, or may not, time will tell.

There is a very interesting thing we've discovered thanks to the guys at AppleInsider: Bill Graham Auditorium adjacent to the old Brooks Hall, home of the West Coast Computer Faire where he was presented the original Apple. Curious, is not it?

The building of the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium can accommodate over 7,000 people, a figure much higher than the 1,470 and 2,400 of the Yerba Buena Center and the Flint Center, respectively.

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