Apple already let iCloud's name out of the bag with a press release earlier this week. Now the company has put its logo in plain sight.
SAN FRANCISCO--As it does every year, Apple started setting up for its Worldwide Developers Conference days in advance of its kickoff, offering a glimpse at what will greet attendees next week.
Here's a shot taken Thursday of the outside of the Moscone Center in San Francisco with the usual giant Apple logos.
Workers put the finishing touches on the "WWDC 2011" that sits below the Apple logo.
If you're hoping Apple's unveiling anything else besides Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud, Apple's banners would suggest otherwise. This banner is the first time the logo for iCloud has been made public.
Banners featuring Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud are set up to be hung above the registration area, where WWDC attendees will queue up on Monday morning.
Apple's iOS 5 logo doesn't look a whole lot different from the one for iOS 4, sporting similar water droplets.
The "WWDC2010" is tidying up on Moscone North's Southern edge.
A large Apple logo adorns the Eastern face of Moscone North.
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