Next week, beginning June 8, Apple will kick off the Worldwide Developers Conference. It’ll take place at Moscone West, and, as is par for the course, Apple has begun decorating.
The first image of what appears to be a very large banner being hung at Moscone West ahead of the conference has been spotted by MacStories. As can be seen above, the first glimpse of what appears to be the top areas of the familiar Apple logo can be seen. It’s just a small tidbit of what’s looking to be a huge image, but Apple will more than likely keep it covered leading up to the start of the event next week.
At this year’s event, there’s quite a bit expected to be announced. That includes iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, which are geared towards optimization and enhancements behind the scenes. It’s expected that Apple Music, the company’s music streaming service, will debut at WWDC 2015 as well. Unfortunately, Apple’s oft-rumored TV subscription won’t be unveiled at the event.
Here are some more photos:
Update 2 (June 5th):
And some more:
The picture is the best one we’ve come across so far. It shows all the banners that have been put up at the Moscone West center.