Apple begins decorating the Moscone Center for the Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 [atualizado 6x]

Apple begins decorating the Moscone Center for the Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 [atualizado 6x]

Years pass and traditions repeat themselves: six days before the beginning of Worldwide Developers Conference 2015, Apple today started decorating the Moscone Center (in San Francisco) with its traditional giant white apple.

Starting the decoration of the Moscone for WWDC

Gradually we will follow with you the progress of the preparations there. Soon, they will also have to paint some themed banners inside the convention center including possibly confirmations of iOS 9 and OS X 10.11.

WWDC 2015 will take place from the 8th to the 12th of June, but most of the attention is just for its opening keynote on Monday. Check out all the related rumors we've published here.

(via MacStories)

Update · 06/03/2015 s 10:09

Advancing:

Moscone Adhesive for WWDC 2015 moving forward

Update II · 06/03/2015 at 14:30

In detail:

Closeup of apple on Moscone

(via Cult of Mac)

Update III · 06/03/2015 at 19:48

Following are some more photos of the progress, already showing the beginning of the Moscone's internal decoration. These are Victor Marques Soprana, reader MacMagazine and participant of the first MM Tour, which is in San Francisco:

Moscone Center being prepared for WWDC 2015

Moscone Center being prepared for WWDC 2015

Moscone Center being prepared for WWDC 2015

Moscone Center being prepared for WWDC 2015

Moscone Center being prepared for WWDC 2015

Moscone Center being prepared for WWDC 2015

Update IV · 06/04/2015 s 15:58

The Apple logo on the outside of the Moscone is now ready:

Apple logo ready on Moscone

(via MacStories)

Update V · 06/05/2015 s 13:39

Apple has now placed banners on Metreon, a mall across from Moscone West:

WWDC 2015 banner on Metreon

WWDC 2015 banner on Metreon

Update VI · 06/07/2015 s 10:19

A blurred / low quality image on the second floor of the Moscone Center shows banners with “iOS”, “OS X” and “watchOS” (yes, with this spelling and in the more “Watch OS”):