WWDC excitement sets in as banners go up in San Jose

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Screen Shot 2017-06-02 at 11.10.03 Are you hyped for this year’s Worldwide
Developers Conference?
Photo: Code Cadets

Banners and other WWDC paraphernalia are going up at San Jose’s
McEnery Convention Center, ahead of next week’s 2017 Worldwide
Developers Conference.

Images
posted online so far show a large banner at the front of the
venue, decorations covering one side of the building, and
smaller banners hung from nearby light posts. The images show
variations on the artwork reportedly created by Los Angeles
artist, graphic designer, and movie title sequence creator
Geoff McFettridge.


This year
marks 29 years since the first WWDC event, which took place from
the same site. For more on WWDC’s history and most notable events
you can
check out our historical guide here
.


At this
year’s event
we’re expecting to see
iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS 4 and
possibly a tvOS update. There have also been lots of rumors
that Apple will debut a 10.5-inch iPad Pro, new MacBooks, and a
standalone Siri speaker to take on the Amazon Echo and Google
Home devices.


The keynote
event will be kicking off on Monday at 10am PST. As usual,
Apple will be streaming the event, or you can follow it here on
Cult of Mac, where we’ll be live-blogging the happenings as
they… well, happen.

Via:
iDropNews



Source: appleact.com
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