Apple will hold a press event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City next Tuesday and launch new iPad Pro and Mac products. Now, Apple has begun to decorate the Howard Gilman Opera House at the Music Academy to prepare for the keynote.


Japanese website MacOtakara shared a YouTube video, which we can see that the decoration is in progress. On the arched windows on one side of the building, the Apple logos are painted with colored decals and the abstract patterns look a bit like stained glass. In the next few days, Apple might add more decorations, such as the banner and logos of Apple.

At this event, the protagonist is naturally the full-screen iPad Pro. Most rumors and leaks state that it has no Home button, featured with the notch-full-screen design, replace the Lightning port by USB-C port, support for the Face ID and Animoji thanks to the TrueDepth front-facing camera, a powerful A12X processor, and a new generation of Apple Pencil.

On the Mac side, we may see the new 13-inch low-cost MacBooks, new iMacs, and Mac mini. Though Kuo, the reliable Apple analyst, who said Apple may debut new iPad mini, AirPower wireless charging mat, and updated AirPods, he also says it could come out next year.

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