WWDC 2010 Moscone Center Pics Hit the Web

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Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference starts on Monday, June 7, and photos of the company’s usual Moscone Center adornments are already hitting the Web.

A quick search on Flickr revealed photos of the Apple logo on the windows outside Moscone West where WWDC 2010 will be held. AppleInsider managed to get ahold of a few photos showing setup work in the lobby area, too.

Image from .schill’s Flickr stream

WWDC is a once-a-year event where developers have an opportunity to learn more about developing for the Mac and iPhone, and can also meet Apple’s own developers face to face.

Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference is scheduled to run from June 7 through June 11 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Company CEO Steve Jobs will host the annual keynote presentation at 10AM pacific time on Monday, June 7.

Comments

Garion

Supposedly this WWDC is going to be all about iPhone OS 4, right?
How ever I don’t see any of the banners actually saying “iPhone OS 4” ?

Could this be the right time for Apple to rename the OS into something non-phone centric? After all the same OS now powers two other non-phone devices, the iPod Touch and the iPad. And if rumors are to be believed, it will also power Apple’s next shot at the Apple TV. It makes sense to drop the “iPhone” part of the OS name.

OS X Mobile, perhaps? OS X Light ? Hmm.

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