The 2014 edition of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is now less than a week away, and so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Apple has started prepping the Moscone West conference center.
Images shared by MacStories show that Apple is now in the process of putting banners up around Moscone West that feature the same logo from the WWDC 2014 announcement along with the tagline “Write the code. Change the world.”
WWDC 2014 will kick off on June 2 with a keynote at 10:00 a.m. PT. Apple hasn’t said exactly what it’s got in store for the show, but the rumor mill suggests that we could see OS X 10.10, a “smart home” software platform and iOS 8. The next version of iOS is rumored to include a new Healthbook app, speed improvements and tweaks to the Notification Center.
While we wait for June 2 and WWDC 2014 to roll around, you can check out a couple more photos of the event banners going up by clicking the link below.
UPDATE: Apple revealed today that it will be livestreaming its WWDC 2014 keynote address. As I mentioned before, the event will kick off on June 2 at 10:00 a.m. PT. You can bookmark this page for later viewing.