Apple prepares to make Worldwide Developer Conference 2010, which starts Monday, the center of the app universe.
It's late spring in San Francisco, and that means--along with blooming flowers, fog, and lots of tourists--there's big news coming from Apple. The anticipation is growing for CEO Steve Jobs' keynote at the Worldwide Developer Conference, which kicks off Monday. Here's a look at some of the preparations underway Friday at conference venue, Moscone West.
Banners that are hung early Friday morning inside the ground floor of Moscone West point toward an app-heavy WWDC. This banner proclaims WWDC 2010 "The center of the app universe." Of course, it's widely expected that a new iPhone version will be introduced, too.
If you can find the right spot on the sidewalk, it's possible to peer up to the second floor of Moscone West, and see a different banner hanging that might reveal a few clues to next week's announcements.