Written by Jack Taylor
As per tradition, WWDC 2015 is starting with the annual keynote at 10AM PST on Monday, June 8, and Apple has started decorating Moscone West today with promotional banners for the event.
Like previous years, we can expect to Apple decorate the San Francisco building with two different sets of banners: the initial ones displaying the event's graphics already shown on the Apple website, and others displaying the logos and wallpapers of the new versions of iOS and OS X for the first time. This year, Apple is expected to unveil iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, both of which are expected to bring much anticipated performance upgrades and optimisation to the operating systems, including rumoured support for older A5-based devices such as the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S.
Today, we've received the first set of photos, showing the iconic Apple logo on the outside of the convention centre. Apple will continue to add more decorations to Moscone West with new banners in the next few days, with our first look at the official logos for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 coming later this week.
A banner displaying this year's WWDC tagline: "The epicenter of change" has been put up inside the centre.
Jack Taylor AKA @ric275