Apple revealed today that it will indeed be streaming video of the anticipated opening keynote from WWDC next week, and now banners are beginning to be displayed through Moscone West in San Francisco where Apple’s developer conference will be held. The banners so far reflect the same design used in the WWDC promotional material for this year including the “Write the code. Change the world” slogan used by Apple. Apple has already revealed much of the schedule for its developer conference next week where the next versions of OS X and iOS will be revealed including the keynote announcement set to take place on Monday, June 2nd at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern.
Last week, Apple released an update to its iPhone and iPad WWDC app containing the venue map and much of the conference schedule. However, Apple has playfully hidden the majority of this year’s session titles until after the keynote scheduled for Monday.
We’ve already reported much of what is to be expected from the latest update to OS X (OS X 10.10) and iOS (iOS 8) including Healthbook, and yesterday a new report was released signaling Apple will unveil an iOS-controlled smart home automation platform at the conference.
In addition to WWDC, two top Apple executives are scheduled to offer interviews this week. Eddy Cue, Apple’s SVP of Internet and Software Services, and Craig Federighi, Apple’s SVP of Software Engineering, are both announced as appearances as Re/code’s Code Conference tomorrow night.
Apple typically displays a number of banners including ones for OS X and iOS as we saw last year so email us at email@example.com if you spot any more goodies.
From Wednesday morning: