With only a few days until Apple’s big iPad Pro and Mac event on Tuesday, the company has begun putting up decorations at their host venue, the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, New York City.

Japanese Apple blog Mac Otakara published a video on YouTube, giving us a glimpse at how Apple is currently decorating the venue. Unlike many other events, Apple is holding this one outside of California; since it’s in New York, it starts at 10AM EDT, making that 7AM PDT, versus the usual 10AM PDT.

As was announced late last week, Apple is planning its event for this upcoming Tuesday. We’re expecting new Macs (including Mac mini), iPads with a near bezel-less design and Face ID, and possibly more surprises.

The company is also launching its iPhone XR this week, with deliveries beginning in less than 24 hours this Friday. Customers on the eastern hemisphere should be receiving their devices within the next few hours.

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