Apple is hard at work taking care of last minute preparations for next week's World Wide Developer Conference, and that includes hanging the posters and banners at San Francisco's Moscone West Convention Center. Just like previous years, Apple is decorating the inside and outside of the building, and while the artwork that's going up in Moscone West may be colorful, it isn't offering any new hints as to what may be announced when the event kicks off on June 10.
Apple's logo outside Moscone West ahead of next week's WWDC event
Apple did announce that we'll get a preview of OS X 10.9 and iOS 7 at the keynote presentation scheduled for Monday morning. Rumors have been pointing to hardware announcements such as new Mac Pro models and there has been talk of an iTunes-based streaming music service launch, too.
Apple is prepping inside Moscone West for WWDC, too
World Wide Developer Conference is Apple's annual event where Mac, iPhone and iPad developers come to learn more about the company's software plans and meet with engineers that build OS X and iOS. This year's even is scheduled to start on Monday, June 10 and run through June 14.
[Thanks to TMO reader Barry Fulk for the WWDC photos]