A new report confirms via a source that Apple has rented the large Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for the September event.
Earlier this week we carried a report that something is going on at San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. A secret entity booked the 7,000 seat venue from Sept. 4th-10th. The news came from local blog Hoodline.
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The blog has a new report citing a trusty source that confirmed that Apple indeed is the entity renting the place.
The choice of the large venue points towards a big event, bigger than previously thought. Apple holding the September event at a larger venue it likely means there is more than just the iPhone 6S.
The additional space could be for journalists outside of the usual Apple pool. It could mean that for instance TV people are invited too as Apple shows off the new Apple TV.
Apple is expected to hold the media event on September 9. The invites for the event should arrive next week.
It is not the first time Apple has used the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium to introduce the Apple II back in the 70s. In 2012 Microsoft unveiled the Windows Phone 8 at this location.