WWDC 2014 is kicking off on Monday, June 2, and Apple has started decorating Moscone West today with promotional banners for the event.
Every year, Apple decorates the convention center in San Francisco with two different sets of banners: the ones carrying the event's graphics already available on the WWDC website, and others showing the names and logos of new versions of iOS and OS X for the first time. This year, Apple is expected to unveil iOS 8 (the successor to last year's major redesign of iOS) and OS X 10.10, the latter rumored to introduce a dramatic redesign of the Aqua interface.
Today, we've received the first set of photos, showing WWDC 2014 banners going up inside Moscone West with the "Write the code. Change the world" tagline. With preparations now well underway, Apple will continue to decorate Moscone West with new banners in the next few days, possibly showing official logos for iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 later this week.
May 29, 10:30 PM EDT
More shots from Moscone West from our friend Casey Liss (@CaseyLiss on Twitter).
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Apple logo is almost complete at Moscone West.
May 28, 2:30 PM EDT
A couple of shots of Moscone West from our friend Steve Streza (@SteveStreza on Twitter).
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