It's been a couple days since we last checked in on the progress at Moscone West, and today it appears that new banners at WWDC are confirming expected discussion around iOS 6, Apple's next iteration of their mobile OS. Banners in the halls of Moscone West are showing off a slick blue logo with a silver 6 inside, perhaps signifying that fresh coat of paint Rene Ritchie discussed as a possibility on iMore. We're looking forward to Monday's Keynote, and in the meantime we'll continue updating our Moscone West 2012 post with great photographs as they come in.
The first floor layout of Moscone West is different from last year — in the photo above you can see the iOS 6 signage in comparison to last year's open floor with rope lines. Banners have been hung on the 2nd floor of Moscone West, and there's different banners for Mac Messages, Mac Notification Center, and for a Mac Game Center. WWDC 2012 is already shaping up to be a big event, and we'll have more photos soon.
Past the break, we have a couple more photos for your viewing pleasure. Thanks again to @SteveStreza for the amazing pictures!
iOS 6 is looking good!
Blank signage on the first floor:
There are banners on the 2nd floor, but they're hard to capture right now.