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WWDC setup

As Apple prepares for the first Worldwide Developers Conference of the post-Jobs era, set to begin next week in San Francisco, developers everywhere are looking forward to the latest technologies in iOS and OS X.

With six technical tracks, more than 100 sessions and labs, and a keynote from CEO Tim Cook, we expect it to be a big week for the developing world.

Setup is already under way at Moscone West in San Francisco.

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A banner featuring the Apple's next generation mobile operating system, iOS 6 is being hung is Moscone West in San Francisco.

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A banner on the third floor of Moscone West says Apple's Game Center is getting a bit of "fun-tuning".

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A banner on the third floor of Moscone West says Apple's Game Center is getting a bit of "fun-tuning".

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WWDC setup - AirPlay

An AirPlay logo on a banner hanging in Moscone West, where WWDC will be held next week.

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A banner featuring Surfer Magazine hangs in Moscone West Friday June 8, 2012.

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Game Center refresh

According to banner's hanging in Moscone West, Apple's Gamer Center appears to be getting a refresh next week during WWDC.

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Outside the Moscone West conference Center in San Francisco, where Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference will be held starting Monday.

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Workers dangling from the roof apply the Apple logo to the glass windows of Moscone West along Howard Street in San Francisco.

Read more about what to expect from WWDC.

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App logos adorn a banner hanging on the wall on the ground floor of the Moscone West conference center.

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Workers dangling from the roof apply the Apple logo to the glass windows of Moscone West along Howard Street in San Francisco.

Read more about what to expect from WWDC.

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App logos adorn a banner hanging on the wall on the ground floor of the Moscone West conference center.

Read more about what to expect from WWDC.

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Still covered to hide its content, a hanging sign is raised inside Moscone West. Behind it, app logos adorn a banner hanging on the wall on the ground floor of the conference center.

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App logos adorn a banner hanging on the wall on the ground floor of the Moscone West conference center.

Read more about what to expect from WWDC.

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Workers dangling from the roof apply the Apple logo to the glass windows of Moscone West along Howard Street in San Francisco.

Read more about what to expect from WWDC.

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WWDC setup

Workers dangling from the roof apply the Apple logo to the glass windows of Moscone West along Howard Street in San Francisco.

Read more about what to expect from WWDC.

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