Apple’s Town Hall Decorated For Tomorrow’s iPhone Event With Colorful Banners

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Apple’s big iPhone extravaganza is tomorrow, and some colorful banners went up outside of the company’s Cupertino headquarters today.

Unlike most product launches, Apple is holding this event at Town Hall, its own auditorium on campus. The last time Town Hall was used was in the fall of 2011 for the iPhone 4S, and this year will reportedly be the unveiling of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.

The banners match the multi-colored dots in the event invite Apple sent out to the press last week:

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Apple’s event banners have always been pretty colorful throughout the years, but this year the colors are believed to specifically signify the 5C, a lower cost iPhone with a plastic back that will likely come in at least five colors.

Tomorrow’s keynote kicks off at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST, and we’ll be covering what unfolds as it happens. In the meantime, check out what to expect.

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