Apple is hard at work preparing the Moscone Convention Center for the June 8 kick-off of its World Wide Developer Conference, and photos of the set up are starting to hit the Web. One banner highlights iPhone apps, reinforcing that there will be plenty of iPhone-related news at the event.
Adam Jackson managed to snap a few shots through the lobby windows at the Moscone West building in San Francisco where the annual conference for developers will be held next week. The images are available on his Flickr Web page.
Image from Adam Jackson's Flickr page.
Along with iPhone app-related banners, Apple is also adorning the outside of the building with a giant Apple logo.
Apple's 2009 World Wide Developer Conference will kick off at 10AM pacific time on June 8 with a keynote presentation where senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, Phil Schiller, is expected to show off Mac OS X 10.6, iPhone Software 3.0, and potentially introduce updated iPhone models.
Be sure to check in on Monday morning for TMO's live keynote coverage.