Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off on Monday in San Francisco.
It’s Apple’s most important annual event, where the company usually introduces the next versions of some of its software products and sometimes gives hints about where it’s going in the future.
We just passed by Moscone West, where it’s happening, and got a few pictures of Apple’s set up. Here’s the big Apple logo on the front of the building:
Here are the banners outside:
And a look through the windows to the inside of the building. The theme this year is “The Epicentre of Change.”
Oddest of all, Apple has also decorated the front of the building across the street, which is a mall with a bunch of shops and a movie theatre. No Apple Store inside.
We’ll be bringing you all the news from the keynote, which kicks off around 9am PT on Monday, June 8. Join us!