Earlier on today, Apple confirmed the news that the blogosphere had long since suspected – that the special iPhone 6 / iWatch event would indeed be held in 13 days’ time on September 9th. Wasting little time, preparations for the keynote are already well under way, and although the Cupertino company is doing its level best to keep everything under wraps, those in the know have already begun trying to piece together what’s in store.
It was only a couple of days ago that we learned via Re/Code that Apple would also be unleashing the enigmatic iWatch alongside the iPhone 6 next month, and so now, we’re doubly excited at the prospect of September 9th’s shenanigans.
Although ordinarily, Apple holds the iPhone event at the Yerba Buena, this time around, the Flint Center of Performing Arts will play host to what may go down as an iconic moment in the company’s history.
A reader over at the MacRumors forums has detailed the erecting of a “massive structure on the campus” spanning three storeys. It has been kept out of view so as not to divulge any clues, but now the world knows where and when the event will be held, it’s likely that key tidbits of information will begin to trickle out over the next couple of weeks.
Apparently, there’s a security team guarding the fort and unsurprisingly, it’s remaining tight-lipped on what’s going on behind closed doors at this stage.